Representatives of the Primorsky Regional Division of the Russian Ministry of Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Relief visited with students in ILS’ primary grades. This was not their first visit, and some even know each other by name. This time the topic was how to behave during a fire and how to speak properly with emergency stations.
With help from their guests, the students practiced make calls on emergency lines 01, 101 and 112. The experts monitored how the children spoke and what information they gave during these simulated calls.
At the end of the lesson, certificates were awarded to students participating in a drawing contest devoted to Emergency Rescuers’ Day.
“It is very important for the young generation to know fire prevention rules and also how to behave if a fire should actually occur,” notes ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko. “When making an emergency call, it is vital to explain clearly what has happened and to give your address, name, and telephone number.”