Network Rail

This week, the children welcomed two visitors from Network Rail. Our visitors spoke to the children about the dangers of railway tracks. They were told that many people take shortcuts or trespass on Britain’s railways. The visitors told them about different incidents that take place like young people playing chicken, vandalism such as spraying graffiti and throwing of stones and other objects at trains. The children had the opportunity to look round a Network Rail van. They were able to see the cameras they use to catch people misusing the railway and learnt a rhyme to remind them of what to do at a railway crossing. The children really enjoyed listening to the visitors and have learnt a valuable lesson which will hopefully prevent incidents which put both themselves and others at risk as well as causing damage and delays across the rail network. A big ‘Thank you’ to our visitors.


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