St Benedict pupils learn about emergency services

2016-10-11 06:00
Photo: supplied Going for a ride in a fire engine (from left) Natasha Phiri, Amila Thai, Jordan Poulter and Awande Ntuli.

Photo: supplied Going for a ride in a fire engine (from left) Natasha Phiri, Amila Thai, Jordan Poulter and Awande Ntuli.

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GRADE 2 pupils at St Benedict School in Pinetown spent the third term learning about different modes of transport and ended off looking at the various emergency services.

To conclude the theme, a visit was arranged to the Pinetown Fire Station.

"The pupils heard all about the equipment used by the firefighters and were taught how to react in various emergency situations, including “stop, drop, and roll”. They ended the morning play in the foam and had loads of fun," said St Benedict spokesperson, Shareen Gould. - Supplied.

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