Do we need to experience danger to learn how to be safe?

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No because if children experience danger they could an do that to others in future which would mean they would have no friends.

darcey lavers - Age 6

I think yes! Think of the possibilities of not learning how to be safe

Owen Z - Age 10

I think yes! Think of the possibilities of not learning how to be safe

Owen Z - Age 10

We shouldn’t experience danger to learn safety, unless you’re always deliberately not being safe enough then I agree you should experience danger to learn your lesson (always be safe)!

jayden - Age 8

We shouldn’t experience danger to learn safety, unless you’re always deliberately not being safe enough then I agree you should experience danger to learn your lesson (always be safe)!

jayden - Age 8

We shouldn’t experience danger to learn safety, unless you’re always deliberately not being safe enough then I agree you should experience danger to learn your lesson (always be safe)!

jayden - Age 8

No, we do not need to undertake danger to learn how to be safe. We can slowly learn how to be safe by ourself. If we learn too slowly then we must be taught. But we certainly do not need to be hurt in the process.

Praneel Nayak - Age 7

No you can learn from your brain not from danger we all know things to be safe of from the age of 5 .Even if you experience danger you could learn from it but being placed into danger on purpose you could get hurt and then that not a good way to learn from it .

Annie - Age 10

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