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Constable Care Teaches Fun Scary

constable care logoDuring Week 6, term 2, several of our classes will host an incursion by Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, a recognised leader in safety education for children and young people throughout Western Australia.

The program selected for our students to participate in is called Fun Scary. Through puppetry and song, this performance teaches students the difference between scary things that are fun (like rollercoasters) and those scary secrets that we need to tell a trusted adult about. This performance is an ideal way to present the key concepts of protective behaviours to young students in an engaging and non-threatening way.

Parents and Carers of participating classes may wish to preview the incursion by visiting the Constable Care website at www.cccsf.org.au/programs/constable-care/performance-summaries-pre-primary-and-lower-primary/.

The program reinforces the learning concepts presented in Riverside ESC's highly regarded Protective Behaviours school support program which has been offered onsite as well as at various other school locations across Western Australia. For more information about this program click here.

This RESC professional shared learning program is also referred to in RESC's 2017 School Report (page 15).


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