Be bright be seen day

The School recently had a “Be bright and be seen day”.  This is where everyone (even the teachers) had to dress up in the brightest, most luminous clothes they could get their hands on. It is to remind everyone about staying safe on the roads and making sure everyone is seen by car drivers, as it has recently begun to get dark.

Be Bright Be Seen Day playground3


Be Bright Be Seen Day playground1
Be Bright Be Seen assembly

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