Hundreds of junior primary pupils from schools across KwaZulu-Natal enjoyed an educational performance from Mr Fidelity ADT during Youth Month, recently.
Dolphin Coast Balito Pre-Primary School, Forest Hill Primary School, Resmount Primary School and Durban Primary School were schools that benefitted from this exciting initiative.
The initiative was launched by Fidelity ADT as part of a programme aimed at creating crime awareness among children between the ages of six and nine years in respective primary schools.
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“We believe it is important to be proactive and educate our children on the dangers of crime,” district manager, Ivan Govender.
Children are taught to be aware, what potential signs to look out for when in a dangerous situation as well as how to handle these situations and who to call.
“These shows typically run between 30-45 minutes and incorporate magic tricks to keep the children entertained. This is a free service to schools as it forms part of our community investment initiatives,” added Govender.