Police visit Vision AfriKa primary school for Child Protection Week

Vision AfriKa learners and police officer pose for group photo during child protection week

Vision AfriKa’s primary school marked Child Protection Week in early June with a visit from Stellenbosch’s police captain to talk about how the learners could best keep themselves safe.

Captain Me Miti discussed the dangers that young children face on a daily basis and warned them not to:

  • Speak to or accept gifts from a stranger
  • Get into a stranger’s car
  • Play on the streets on the walk home from school
  • Play on the streets after dark
  • Play in the local park due to teenage boys causing trouble there.

She also warned the students to be alert to suspicious-looking cars parking outside the school building and to notify the police if they saw any. The presentation concluded with an informative question and answer session.

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