What to Wear in Winter? Be bright, Be seen, Be warm
What happens in autumn? Trees lose their leaves The sun rises later and sets earlier It often rains a bit more than often It gets colder
What does this mean? Hats and scarves and warm coats - Getting wrapped up! Going home from school in the dark
Walking in Winter Imagine … you are walking home from school… It’s autumn, It’s raining, and its 4pm - so it’s almost dark
What’s the difference? Summer Winter
What to Wear in Winter? What’s wrong with the way this person is dressed?
What can wedo to make sure that drivers see us on the way home from school?
What can we do? Dress bright!
What can we do? Take extra care… be alert – remember you can see vehicles but the drivers may not be able to see you Get wrapped up right and bright… even carrying a white bag can help Keep walking and be happy!
Wet weather walking challenge October is … International Walk to School Month! Get on your wellies and water proofs, and Walk to School for points and prizes in October! It’s simple -The wetter the weather the more points you score for walking to school • 1 point for walking on a dry day • 2 points for walking on a damp, drizzly or rainy day • Park and Walk counts as well – but you should walk for at least 5 minutes!