Tish Barnwell, the Road Safety Officer at Rutland Council, came to tell us all about being safe on the roads. We talked about different types of traffic and identified where it was best to cross the road such as a pelican or zebra crossing (and ALWAYS with a grown up!) We had a story about a silly boy who ran away from his mummy and wouldn't hold her hand and then ran into the road to see his friend! We also talked about how important it is to wear seat belts in cars.
It was good to be able to dress in the uniforms of people who help us cross the road and we were still singing the road safety song as we put our coats on to go home!
before you cross the road!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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