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Student Safety Tips

Student Safety Tips

  • Know and follow the school's safety policies
  • If you walk to school, walk with a friend or family member
  • If you drive to school, always secure your vehicle
  • Carry your keys in your hand when walking to your car
  • Never carry large sums of money with you
  • Always tell your parents where you plan to be before and after school
  • Make sure that your emergency contact card at school is updated
  • Report all suspicious activity, whether on or off campus
  • Immediately report any information about a student with weapons
  • Always be aware of your surroundings
  • Be familiar with the general layout of the buildings and walkways (walk around campus during the day to familiarize yourself)
  • Walk in groups and say in well lit areas
  • Carry a whistle with you (if you find yourself in danger, you can use it to draw attention and it cannot be used to harm you)
  • Avoid high risk situations and seek help from an adult if you find yourself in a situation that makes you uncomfortable
  • Refuse to participate in negative or criminal behavior
  • Follow instructions of school employees, law enforcement officials, or other emergency response personnel
  • Refrain from teasing, bullying, and harassing other students and be tolerant of their differences
  • Events

    RAIL VIDYA (Childern Safety Awarness Education Programme)

    We are on a mission to empower you to improve your own and others’ safety around trains and train tracks. We believe that you hold an important role in shaping the future of rail safety.

    This website is forprimary and high school students; to encourage you to become rail safety activists in your community, and arm you with the appropriate knowledge and skills so you can demonstrate your positive and safe actions to adults, children, and your peers.

    We support you taking the initiative to work with others in your community, to develop solutions to local issues and maximise your impact on your own and others’ safety.

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