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Playing Outside at Kerrimuir

We can all be safe and friendly and have fun at Kerrimuir
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Kerrimuir Aides

on 27 April 2013

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Transcript of Playing Outside at Kerrimuir

Playing Outside at Kerrimuir Stop! When someone
is hurting me
or bothering me
there are things I can do to stop it. 1. I can say “Stop! That hurts” or “Stop! I don’t like that”

My friend
should stop
because
this is a
school rule! If they don’t stop ... 2. I can use my BIG VOICE and put my hand up
to show Stop and say “STOP! YOU ARE HURTING ME!”
or “STOP! I DON'T LIKE THAT!” My friend should stop
because this is a school rule! 3. I can walk away

and find
my class
buddy. 4. We can go
to the teacher
on Yard duty.
The teacher
in an
Orange vest.
They will help. Sticks We have lots of
trees
at Kerrimuir Primary School. Trees drop
sticks
on the ground. We have lots of sticks
on the
ground at Kerrimuir
Primary
School. We have one school rule for sticks. If my friend is still bothering me.. Sticks stay on the ground! Why do we have this rule? •I could get hurt if I play with sticks One of my
friends



could get
hurt by me. •Sticks are not safe.
We want school to
be safe. What can I do to keep the Kerrimuir playground safe? If I see
kids
playing
with
sticks... I can tell the Yard Duty teacher I can play with my buddy We can all be safe and friendly and have fun at Kerrimuir!
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