Playing safely by the sea

We were visited by The RNLI this morning so that we could learn about water safety. We learnt about the meaning of beach flags, how to call for help and the differing signals between lighthouses. We also acted out a short role play and competed against each other to dress as lifeboat people. Thank you Bob- we will hopefully see you again in the summer.

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3 thoughts on “Playing safely by the sea

  1. What a great idea to share that information with the children. My great uncle was a lifeboatman in the days of cork life vests and he was honoured with a lifeboat being named after him at Aldeburgh (James Cable). William has heard me read some of his book to them “a lifeboatmans days” and seen photos of him. I always support the RNLI as a charity as their work is so very important.

    • What a fabulous piece of family history; thank you so much for sharing this with us Joanne. I will ask William to talk to the class about this next week and share the link with them.

      Have a good weekend,

      Nicky

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