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|Title:||Students encouraged to Stay Safe|
|Author:||Doncaster College |
|ID & Publication:||20131211018 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
|Subject:||Community News |
Doncaster College has held a Stay Safe week for its students.
The aim of the week was to highlight the importance of staying safe in the community and to promote personal safety and awareness of a wide variety of issues.
This year, there were workshops, discussions, and activities covering safe driving, personal safety, sexual exploitation, domestic violence awareness workshops and much more.
There was also a violent crime and theft and stabbing drama, crime scene investigation, Police dogs, Doncaster Alcohol Services and Trading Standards, fire bike and motorcycle safety, talks from victims and a interactive session in the drama hall, about raising the awareness amongst young people about the causes, consequences and effects of antisocial
Other activities included the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue driving simulator, a knife arch demonstration and many more engaging stalls and workshops.
Emily Shaw, Youth Engagement Worker at the College and the organiser of the event, said,
‘It’s been an awesome event, over the busy week we have reached thousands of our students with a range of stay safe topics, We know it’s made an impact on students as it’s been a big topic of conversation amongst them.’
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