Primary school children to be taught what to do in a TERROR ATTACK with the help of a cat set loose in a school for mice
Primary school children are to be taught about what to do in a terror attack with a book about a cat set loose in a school for mice.
Moggy’s Coming advises youngsters to ‘run, hide, tell, treat’ in the event of an active gunman or knife attacker, in line with national police advice.
Hundreds of teachers in Birmingham have been trained on how to use the materials so far.
It has been developed by the team of doctors behind the Citizenaid app which advises users on how to deal with a terror threat.