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Submitted by Lottie on Sat, 2008-09-20 07:40
Peckham Street Training Session
Max 16 people on the Street Training Session
Submitted by Lottie on Sat, 2008-09-20 07:38
Year six children at Gloucester Primary School Peckham
If the police arrive and block off a place – like when some one was shot at the bus stop, if the police tell you not to go into that place don’t go there.
If you are near to lots of people nothing will happen to you
Walk with people who you know
Look left and right when you cross the road
Don’t listen to strangers or talk to them
Don’t talk to people who are on drugs
Listen to adults when crossing the street
Submitted by gafar on Wed, 2008-09-17 22:52
I had lots of ideas for different ways for adults to have fun in the streets. Climbing lampposts, running up walls, throwing helicopter seeds and bounding up steps like an animal (like we practiced in the playground last week).
All of these things would be good to do on the tour.
Submitted by abid on Wed, 2008-09-17 22:36
Gafar and I found a big cardboard roll and everyone started to use it to limbo. Lottie asked a young woman who was on her bike if she would like to do the limbo with us. The picture is of us holding up the bar for her. We carried this tube around with us for quite a while, even though it was heavy, until we reached the bridge where it was quite echoey.
Submitted by abigail on Wed, 2008-09-17 22:08
In the park behind Peckham Square I found lots of Dandelions ready for wishing on and thought that this would make a good move for the Street Training tour.
I got involved with lots of other things on the way from school to the square, like doing the limbo under a huge cardboard roll that Gafar and Abid were carrying.
After lunch I invented a new dance with Yemisi. It had lots of silly steps and really made us laugh. I think that Lottie is going to use some of it in the tour.
Submitted by sophie on Wed, 2008-09-17 21:50
We went from school to Peckham Square thinking of ways to have more fun in the streets. When we were on the green path a big old English sheep dog came up to me and I patted and stroked it. It seemed friendly. We didn't know where its owner was though and Holly and the other adults were worried about whether it was safe. We agreed that it is safer to ask dog's owners before playing with them because you just don't know what might make them nervous.
Submitted by maria on Wed, 2008-09-17 21:32
Here's me looking for an apple with Sophie. We looked for ripe apples on a tree on the side of the road. There were quite a few but some were sour and one of them had maggots in it! I did not want to eat one but a few people tried them.
Here's Sophie eating one of the apples we picked.
Submitted by yemisi on Wed, 2008-09-17 21:10
I live near school and so on the way to Peckham Square we stopped there and lots of people climbed off my garden wall to slide down a lamppost. The wall is quite high so everyone had to be careful. This photo shows me on a different lamppost that we thought should be part of the tour. After lunch at Peckham Square I invented a whole new dance with Abigail.
Here's Sophie climbing the same lamppost
Submitted by abigail on Thu, 2008-09-11 16:41
I think that one way to have fun on the streets is to hide in the bushes. We practised this by hiding under the stairs where we chatted and it sounded echoey. I also enjoyed seeing different shapes in the clouds. I saw a bird. Here is a picture of me half hugging, half climbing a post.
Submitted by abid on Thu, 2008-09-11 16:32
I thought it would be good to look for short cuts.
We all tried this, and then tried different ways to get off the path.
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