Stranger danger talk at school

PCSO Robert Webb and Freddy Fox at Charlotte Infants School.

PCSO Robert Webb and Freddy Fox at Charlotte Infants School.

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Children aged five to seven have been learning about the dangers of talking to strangers and road safety.

PCSO Rob Webb from the Cotmanhay and Shipley View police team brought Freddy the Fox to Charlotte Infant School where they covered issues including what to say if you are approached by a stranger and how to stay safe crossing the road.

PCSO Webb said: “We had a lively interactive session with the children covering all aspects of staying safe when crossing the road and the dangers of talking to strangers.”

Head teacher Pamela Jordan added: “I think this type of engagement is brilliant, absolutely delightful.

“The children really enjoy it because they are being educated in a manner that is memorable.”