Principal urges students to learn safety tips after abduction

By Renee Kahukura Iosefa
  • Tāmaki Makaurau

Ko Keeping Ourselves Safe te kaupapa haumaru a ngā pirihimana e whakahaerehia ana ki roto i ngā kura o Aotearoa. E ai ki a Bruce McLachlan te tūmuaki o te kura tuatahi o Swanson me mōhio, me mārama hoki ngā tamariki me pēhea rātou e haumaru ai whai muri i te kahakitanga me te pawheratanga o tētahi tama, he tekau mā tahi tau te pakeke, i Rānui. 

Kei te whakatewhatewha tonu nga pirihimana i te kahakitanga me te pawheratanga o tetahi tama i Ranui.

Whai muri i te kahakitanga me te pawheratanga o tetahi tama tekau ma tahi tau te pakeke, e rua atu ano nga tamariki i tata pakia e te ringa pawhera.

Kia mohio, kia marama nga tamariki me pehea te tiaki i a ratou ano te tono motuhake a Bruce McLachlan, te tumuaki o te kura tuatahi o Swanson.

Hei tā McLachlan, “The messages that we teach kids if they are out in the community are always be with a mate, don’t be on your own.  Those are the basic messages.

“If someone approaches you there is nothing wrong with shouting and making a scene if someone is making your feel uncomfortable.”

Kaore ano tetahi tangata kua mauheretia a kei te whakatewhatewha tonu nga pirihimana i tenei take. Mena he korero au e pa ana ki tenei take tena whakapa atu ki nga pirihimana, - Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. 

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