Meeting people who serve the community
Project for pupils include visit from police officer
CHILDREN at a school were visited by a police officer as part of a topic they are studying.
Reception children at Gayhurst School in Gerrards Cross were visited by Thames Valley Police officer Roland Lobo on Monday, June 8.
The youngsters have been studying the topic of people who help the community and have been looking at police officers, doctors, nurses and dentists. School spokesman Michelle Upton said: “PC Roland gave a short talk to the children, including an informative story about what to do if they ever find themselves lost.
“The young Gayhurst pupils also enjoyed listening to the interesting facts about police, dogs, helicopters and motorbikes.”
Children were also able to act out their own emergency scenarios with special sections set up as a police station and a hospital.
ALLO ALLO ALLO: Above, Aidan Hofmeyr and Shiaum Lakhani in the Reception Police HQ at Gayhurst School. Right, Oscar Harvey-Older in his Doctors scrubs at Gayhurst School and left PC Roland Lobo