On Thursday 4th May Year 10 had a excellent activity day to raise awareness of the consequences of committing a crime. Working with the “No Way Trust” and “Prison Me No Way” volunteers, who came from Hull to deliver the workshops, it started with the students having the opportunity to observe a real life incident where the Police, Ambulance Service and Fire Service demonstrated what happens after a road traffic accident and the driver has to be cut out of a car.
This was followed by a selection of workshops run by the emergency services and PNMW including, learning CPR from the ambulance services, consequences of anti-social behaviour, safety talks from the Fire Service and they even had the opportunity to go inside a van that was made up as a prison cell.
All students benefited from this day and all thoroughly enjoyed it. They all came away with a lot to think about and a greater understanding of how something one person can do will effect not just the victim but everyone around them.