'Safety is everyone's responsibility'
Safety Week was celebrated enthusiastically from 27th to 29th December 2021 on a virtual platform. On 27th December, the safety week was commenced with the administration, students and educators took pledge of safety.
Day- 1- Safety at home
A home is the safest place our child can ever be in the world. However, that does not mean that they won’t be harmed inside it as a result of their own actions. Certain times, if a child is alone at home, we have to ensure that safety measures at home for children are properly in place. In order to make the children secure there are certain safety rules at home for a child that could be followed. Through a presentation and teachers enacted on safety measures to be taken at home.
Day- 2 Safety at School
Back-to-school doesn't have to mean back-to-worrying. Safety inside the child's school is ultimately the responsibility of the principal and school staff. Teacher demonstrated the safety measure like- not to stand on the furniture, not to run on stairs, don’t lean from the windows, don’t push others etc. Parents too can take a few basic steps to ensure a safe school experience. Like- talk with your child about safety, informs school staff about health and emotional concerns, know and follow school security and safety measures.
Day- 3 Safety on road
Keeping our kids safe at all times can be tricky when we cannot be with them always. Parents ensure the safety of their child at home, and teachers or caretakers are responsible for the kid’s safety at school. But who keeps them safe on the road? Whether our children walk to school or take the bus, they should be taught about the rules to stay safe on roads. Through a demo session teachers explained various signs and rules to be followed on road. Like- Traffic signals, don’t Run on Roads, always use sidewalks, never stick hands outside the Vehicle, staying safe on a bicycle etc.