How can we improve this page? Use this template with students, senior leadership team, BOT and community members to formulate a solid travel plan for your school. Make sure you send through a draft to your Community Transport Co-ordinator so they can check it over. Campaign key words and definitions - display bubbles.
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A flyer around the importance of using safe crossing points for parents and students to work on together- one side has messages for parents while the other has a game for students. Mathematics Year 10 - crossing the centre line. Discussion: Talk to your children about the importance of not listening to anyone who says your mom or dad sent them to pick you up. Explain to children that many children have been taken from their schools and playgrounds because they were told their mom or dad sent someone to pick them up!
Discussion: Talk to kids about what they could do if someone grabbed them and tried to take them to their car. Discussion: Many children who get lost do not know their full name and address.
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Explain to the children how important it is to talk clearly and slowly so people who can help them can understand what they are saying. Tell children if they are lost it is important to go to a grown-up. If a police officer or someone who works at the place is around that is the first person they should go to. To learn how the children of your community can receive the Officer Phil, Deputy Phil and Firefighter Phil programs please email us at customerservice officerphil.
Activity: Have each student make two stick puppets out of paper and then use the material to make a dress or short to put on the person they made. Have them make two puppets each to remind them they always need a buddy with them! Explain in the letter the importance of having a code word that a person has to know in order for them to pick them up.
Make sure that only the child and the mom or dad knows that code word!
All hand sanitizers should be kept away from eyes, nose, mouth and contact lenses. Skip to main content. Safety in Health and Physical Activity Basic safety considerations All physical activity inevitably involves some element of risk, and therefore, concern for safety is an integral part of program planning and implementation. Basic safety considerations include the following: Team members must model safe practices at all times, supervise appropriately and communicate safety expectations to children.
Team members must develop procedures to ensure the highest possible level of safety, while allowing children to engage in a broad range of challenging activities. Team members must communicate to children the safety rules and the importance of safe practices at the beginning of each lesson and to parents through school newsletters, agendas and so on. Wherever possible, potential risks must be identified and procedures developed to prevent or minimize the risk of accidents or injuries e. Outline the possible risks of the activity warnings of possible dangers ; demonstrate how to minimize the risks and set procedures and rules for safe play.
Inspect the equipment to ensure that it is in good condition. Children must be instructed in the proper use of the equipment before using it. A first-aid kit should be easily accessible, and an emergency plan should be in place in case of accidents. Children should be made to feel emotionally and psychologically comfortable at all times. For example, be aware of their comfort when they are changing for physical activity, forming groups, demonstrating physical tasks and discussing health topics.fdymichael.dev3.develag.com/339.php
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Team members need to be aware of the medical background and physical limitations of their children e. For resources to support the full participation of children with asthma in physical activity, visite Ophea's Teaching Tools or the Ontario Asthma Program and for more information on allergies and anaphylaxis, refer to Food Allergy Canada or the Ontario Ministry of Education. For children with medical conditions, know the school emergency action plan to implement in case of an emergency.
For children with physical limitations, modify the activity to meet their specific abilities. Early Learning—Kindergarten teams must establish routines, rules of acceptable behaviour and appropriate duties of children at the beginning of the year and reinforce these throughout the year. The Early Learning—Kindergarten team must sanction children for unsafe play or unacceptable behaviour and must exercise that responsibility at all times. Children must be made aware of the rules of activities or games.
Rules must be strictly enforced and modified to suit the age and physical, emotional, social and intellectual abilities of the participants. For tag games, clearly define areas of the body that can be tagged e. Instruct children that a tag is a touch—not a push, punch or grab. Due to the age of the children, the Early Learning—Kindergarten team must be present with the children at all times, providing on-site supervision.
Check that the equipment is suitable for the age and ability of children and size of the activity area. Check that footwear is suitable for the activity e. Inspect that the surface of the activity area provides safe traction. Where carpets are being used, carpets must be flat and secured to the floor so as not to present a tripping hazard. Eliminate potential hazardous conditions e. When using the gymnasium, outline boundaries for the activity a safe distance from walls and obstacles e. When using the classroom, move furniture to the perimeter of the room and outline the activity area e.
Explain demonstrate where applicable the movement skills to be performed in the activity. Games and activities must be based on skills that have been taught. Remind children to be cautious when moving and to be aware of the personal space of others. For classroom activities, include activities that have a controlled amount of movement e. Sample Safety Code of Behaviour for Outdoor Playground Structures This section includes samples of playground structure rules that can be added to in order to reflect local school needs e.
Do a visual check of the ground and of the playground structure before using it. Do not use equipment during rainy, snowy or icy weather, when there is snow on the equipment or when it is wet.
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