On Monday morning the Year Ones and Twos enjoyed a visit from Constable Care and
they watched a Puppet Show called “Fun Scary” which taught them many important messages.
The Year Twos wrote a report about the show and what they had learnt.
Here are some excerpts from their writing.
‘Timmy and Teagan were talking about if a grown up tells you not to tell anyone you should tell someone on your helping hand.’ (Holly)
‘Teagan thought she might get in trouble for telling a secret. They were talking about fun scary and bad scary.’ (Jessica)
‘The puppet show was about 5 people who you trust that are bigger than you. If they are busy you go to the next person.’ (Joel)
‘I think the puppet show is good because it teaches you about keeping yourself safe.’ (Jeremiah)
‘I learnt that everyone has a right to be safe. I thought it was amazing and I would like to see it again.’ (Nina)
‘Tegan wanted to talk to someone older and then Grandma came and hugged her. I learnt that we have fun scary and bad scary feelings.’ (Jesse)
‘I learnt that our helping hands are important because there is always someone to help you.’ (Finlay)
The Year Ones and Twos thought about who the 5 people would be on their own ‘helping hand.’ These people are responsible adults who we trust and who could help us, or who we could talk to, if we had a problem. They include people like mums, dads, aunties, uncles, grandparents and teachers.
We know that…
EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO FEEL SAFE – ALL THE TIME AND ANYWHERE!