First Federation Trust
Children across the school were visited by PC Claire Hurrell - youth Intervention Officer, PCSO Tina Jordan - Local Neighbourhood Officer and PC Rachel Prescott - Dog Handler.
During the visit children were able to meet the police dogs and have the opportunity to have a look inside and sit in the police vehicles that had come along. All classes from across the school had the opportunity to speak to officers, asking questions about their respective roles and in particular the two police dogs.
'I collected so many stickers and getting in the police van was great' - Zak
'Meeting the police dogs was brillant and they even put the sirens on for us!' - Darcie
Being able to see inside the police was and meeting the police dogs was really interesting' - Jesse
'I stroked the police dogs and speaking to the officers was fun as well.' - Tyler
Were just some of the comments made by children.
Members of the school's Ethos Committee and Year 6 children designed and created the Coronation Banner which can be seen outside the Village Hall. Children wanted the banner to depict the school's traditional values and ethos.