Early Childhood students Erin, Jessica and Sarah were three of 40 who went to Central State School on Wednesday to deliver the child safety message to the Prep to Year 2 children
Early Childhood students Erin, Jessica and Sarah were three of 40 who went to Central State School on Wednesday to deliver the child safety message to the Prep to Year 2 children Contributed

YOUR STORY: Students share child safety message with kids

AS part of their studies in Early Childhood, forty Maryborough State High School Year 10 students went to Central State School on Wednesday to deliver the child safety message to the Prep to Year 2 children.

Our students formed eight groups and planned interesting and stimulating activities each of them around a different element of childhood safety, with particular emphasis on stranger danger and personal protection.

The prep, Year 1s and 2s progressed around each of the activity stations engaging very meaningfully with our students' planned activities.

The Central State School Principal and teachers commended our students in relation to the quality of their presentation and how well all the children were actively engaged in the learning activities.

Thanks also to the efforts and willing support given by Jody Rosolen as well as Big M as our time keeper.

Well done, Year 10 Early Childhood Studies students, you did yourselves and Maryborough High School proud!
 



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