On the 28th and 29th of March the Year One classes went on an excursion to the Constable Care Safety School. This was a result of a Your Move Grant we won in 2022.
First, we learnt how to be safe as a pedestrian and a cyclist. Then we all got the opportunity to practice what we’d learnt out on the simulated safety school course. We had to navigate our way through roundabouts, stop signs, traffic lights, pedestrian crossings and even a railway crossing! We all had so much fun while learning at the same time.
Quotes from Room 8:
Sarah – I loved riding a bike for the very first time. It was a little bit tricky but lots of fun.
Georgia – I loved riding the bikes through the roundabout.
Aubrey – I liked trying the no training wheel bike.
Archer – I learnt to stop, look, listen and think when cars or bikes are coming down the road.
Ryder – I learnt that if you are 6 you must sit in a booster seat.
Zahn – I learnt how to stop and look for cars, trains and pedestrians when I’m riding my bike.
Violet – I loved riding my bike and stopping for people when they wanted to cross the road.
Joshua – I loved riding my bike on the track.
Indiana – I loved going around the roundabouts on my bike.
Levi – I loved riding my bike with no training wheels and stopping at the red lights.
Blake – I loved riding my bike because it was fun stopping and going.
Tyson – I learnt how to stop safely on my bike.
Sataj – I loved being a pedestrian and crossing the road safely.
Made – I liked speeding up on the roundabout and stopping at the stop sign.
Calesha – I learnt how to ride a bike on a road, through the roundabouts, stop signs, give way signs, traffic lights, and train crossings.
Jiyu – I liked riding the bike because it was fun.
Bahar – I loved riding my bike across the train tracks.
Nathan – I loved riding my bike and stopping at the red lights.
Andrew – I loved riding my bike on the roundabout.
Niayesh – I liked riding my bicycle through the traffic lights.
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