VPCSO Visit To Belmont
Personal, Social and Health Education is a very important part of the school curriculum and we were delighted to welcome VPCSO Bills to Belmont this afternoon to talk about keeping ourselves and the community safe - in particular to talk about anti-social behaviour. Children in Key Stage 2 had the opportunity to discuss what anti-social behaviour is and how it affects not only the victims but the person who takes part in it. They also talked about what they could do if they ever felt pressured by others to do something that they know is not right - for example they could tell an adult at home or at school. VPCSO Bills also explained to the children that he is often on patrol in the area and is always there to help.