Beach Ed 2017
On Friday the 24th of november Some year 5's and 4's went to beach ed, we learnt how to swim and what to do when your in trouble or caught in a rip.Also we played a couple of games of paku, a game of lifeguard say's and a game of seeweed. Here are some photos.
|Here is connor, He is modeling |
what lifeguards wear or you should wear.
|Henry trying to think where to go.|
|Ollie and Kleeshae modeling what to do |
when you save people, from drowning.
Beach Ed Rules
1. Always swim between the red and yellow flags
You should always swim between the red and yellow flags because if you don't, and you are swimming on the outside you can get caught in a rip, also the lifeguards only watch in between the flags.
2.Always have an adult watch over you
Always have an adult to watch over you because if you don't and you're caught in a rip or something you will have noone to save you. But if you do have an adult watch over you and you are in trouble your adult can save you.
3.Listen to the lifeguards
If you don't listen to the lifeguards and you go into the calm water that's bad luck because calm water is a rip that can pull you out to sea, but if you do listen to the lifeguards and go into the right part of the sea you can swim just fine.
4.Never swim or surf alone
If you swim alone and you are drowning but no one is with you then you cant be saved but if you are swimming with someone and you are in trouble you can be saved from one of your friends.
5.If in a doubt stay out
If you really want to go to the beach but it is a really bad weather or if there is no lifeguard then dont go swimming. But if it is a really good weather or if there is a lifeguard then you can have a good swim.
Those are all the rules you need to know before you go to the beach.