Hermannsburg Little Oaks’ Oracle

2017-09-06 06:02
Ayabonga Cele, Akhona Ntuli, Okajehova Sibisi, Lusekho Shongwe, Benjamin Yilmaz, Abelo Nene, Lwandiswa Hlongwa and Khwezi Ntuli learn how to be ‘street safe’.

Ayabonga Cele, Akhona Ntuli, Okajehova Sibisi, Lusekho Shongwe, Benjamin Yilmaz, Abelo Nene, Lwandiswa Hlongwa and Khwezi Ntuli learn how to be ‘street safe’.

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ROAD safety has become a very important part of educating our pupils - it helps them to learn to be more aware and equips them with basic safety knowledge and practical understanding of the rules of the road.
So, on “traffic day” last Friday, everyone­ brought their bicycle, scooter or tricycle to school, because while learning about how to be safe around cars and in the street doesn’t have to take place around cars, practical, hands-on navigation around road signs and markings reinforces the safety messages.
We explained the important aspects of what it means to be “street safe” and pupils had lots of riding opportunities around our campus to show our Little Oaks riding and safety skills.

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