Mitchford Primary hosts multidisciplinary programme

2017-06-15 06:01
Photo: suppliedTeachers, members of the Tongaat SAPS with the pupils at Mitchford Primary School.

Photo: suppliedTeachers, members of the Tongaat SAPS with the pupils at Mitchford Primary School.

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A MULTIDISCIPLINARY programme was held at Mitchford Primary with SAPS doing presentation on bullying, Child Protection Week, theft and fighting on June 2.

Members of the IPSS Road safety demonstrated how the ambulance attends to a scene.

CPF chairperson, Umhlali K9 Unit held a search and rescue demonstration with the dogs.

The pupils were well informed and were very excited about the programme. - Supplied.



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