RNLI Water Safety Assembly

RNLI Water Safety Assembly


The RNLI lifeguards visited us on Tuesday and talked to children in Years 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 about how to stay safe when in or near the sea. They started by showing us what a lifeguard might wear at the beach and then told us about the different flags.


The black and white flags mean that surfers were in that area.

The red and yellow flags mean we can swim in that area safely

The red flag mean that it's unsafe and you should not be in the water.


If we were to find ourselves in trouble we should lie on our backs, keep our heads back and use our arms to keep afloat.


We really enjoyed the RNLI coming in.


By Megan (Year 4)