Take a look at this advice from Rosie and Chloe…
- ‘trick or treating’ is more fun and safer if you go in a small group with friends and family and a responsible adult to supervise.
- stay on the doorstep or driveway where the responsible adult can see you.
- if you play pranks that damage property this could result in arrest and a criminal record
- throwing eggs or flour could get you into trouble so best not to do it
- Hallowe’en can be a night that some residents dread, so remember to be respectful and polite
- it is possible to print out posters to show whether you want to participate in “Trick or Treating” or not so check if people are displaying such a poster before you knock on the door
You could visit these websites for more advice, posters to print and fun ideas:
And now the clocks have changed make sure you are safe on the roads by dressing to be seen – wear light, reflective clothes or carry a lamp or torch so that drivers and your responsible adult can see you.
You can buy reflective badges and clips from the kiosk at school (prices start at 60p)