STAY­ING SAFE

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The story fol­lows Nur, Edih and Llet dur­ing and af­ter a shop­ping trip that goes hor­ri­bly wrong, when they find them­selves caught up in a gun and knife at­tack at the shop­ping cen­tre.

Like the ad­vice tells us to, all three RUN as quickly as pos­si­ble away from dan­ger, not stop­ping to use their phones and drop­ping all their shop­ping so they could get away faster.

Even though Nur and Edih get sep­a­rated from Llet, they all carry on fol­low­ing the ad­vice, with Nur and Edih HID­ING in a shop store­room and Llet man­ag­ing to run to safety be­fore call­ing the po­lice and TELLING them about the in­ci­dent.

Nur and Edih then wait un­til they are found by the po­lice, who pro­tect them and es­cort them to safety.

If your teach­ers de­cide to give you this les­son, they will watch this video with you and pause it at cer­tain points, so you and your class­mates can talk about what is go­ing on and how you should re­act.

There is lots of ad­vice and in­for­ma­tion involved and, when you are fin­ished, you and all your friends will know how to keep your­selves, and oth­ers, safe in the very un­likely event you are caught up in an at­tack.

Not only that, but po­lice and teach­ers hope that you can pass on this in­for­ma­tion to fam­ily and friends to help to keep them safe too.

It is re­ally im­por­tant to re­mem­ber that it is un­likely you will ever need to use this in­for­ma­tion, but it is al­ways bet­ter to know what to do, even if you never need to do it.

So talk to your friends, your fam­ily and your teach­ers about this ad­vice, and ask them whether your class can watch the story of Nur, Edih and Llet to­gether.

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