Com­mu­nity card pro­ject of­fers safety and life skills – plus fun

By Caitlin Kil­roy, age 11, year six pupil at Water­side School in Che­sham

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCHOOL REPORT -

YEAR 6 took part in a com­mu­nity card pro­ject, which fin­ished last month.

We put stick­ers in our book to show ac­tiv­i­ties that we have done.

Year 6 pupils have learnt what we should eat so we have a healthy lifestyle and we also had a trip to the li­brary.

The po­lice came in to tell us what they do and how long it takes them to be­come a po­lice Sergeant or a Po­lice Com­mu­nity Sup­port Of­fi­cer.

R U Safe from Barnar­dos came in to talk about how to stay safe online and on the streets.

We also had to make a poster about loan sharks so we know how to be sen­si­ble with our money.

We had other stick­ers to col­lect, such as the sus­tain­able travel, road safety and good at­ten­dance stick­ers.

I would sug­gest that other chil­dren take part in the pro­ject be­cause there are ter­rific ac­tiv­i­ties to do online and in school.

We might win an amaz­ing trip to Le­goland if we have lots of stick­ers, so please keep your fin­gers crossed for us!

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READ ALL ABOUT IT: Water­side School pupil Caitlin Kil­roy, 11, de­scribes the year 6 pro­ject

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