Cocky Crew meet for training and information

Sue Brooks
Currambine Primary School

Recently the Cocky Crew met for a training and information session. The first task was to train the Cocky Crew in correctly fitting helmets. This is to prepare for our Helmet Safety focus. The students will be required to make sure that those riding to school are wearing their helmet correctly.

The second part of the meeting was to inform the Cocky Crew that Currambine Primary has registered for the National Safely Walk to School Day. We formulated a list of jobs that will need to be allocated and undertaken in the lead up to and on September 11th, 2020.

It is wonderful to see so much enthusiasm from the Cocky Crew that is being passed on to all the students in the school.

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James (Your Move)

Hi Sue and the Cocky Crew! Thanks for sharing your team meeting (you can get 10 points each term for that). Remember to let us know how your Helmet Safety focus activity goes and also your upcoming Walk Safely to School Day.

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