FIREFIGHTERS TALK TO STUDENTS ABOUT THE DANGERS OF ARSON AND WATER SAFETY
Thank you to Mark Bastow and his colleagues from Richmond Fire Station who came into school over four mornings last week to present an assembly to our students in Years 7 to 10 about the dangers of arson and water safety.
Tom Braham, Assistant Headteacher, said: “This was an informative and thought-provoking assembly for our students that really drove the message home about the dangers and consequences of arson, accidents with fire and being safe in and near water. With the warm weather and summer holidays approaching, it is really important that students understand the dangers of rivers and water and what to do in an emergency. We know that a lot of students enjoy the river which runs through Richmond, but it is crucial they are safe. We are most grateful for the staff at Richmond Fire Station for giving up their time to share their knowledge and expertise.”