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UKTelegraph: French pupils aged 3 to play 'silence reigns' in terrorist attack training
French schoolchildren aged as young as three will play "silence reigns" to learn how to keep quiet during a terrorist attack, the government said on Wednesday, as it unveiled a string of security measures.
From September, every school will organise three drills each year, including one based on the scenario of an attack with at least one assailant inside the building.
Children will be taught how to hide or to escape, depending on the attack scenario and their location.
Pupils aged 13-14 will receive training on basic life-saving measures, while three to six-year-olds will practice playing "le roi du silence" (silence reigns) - a game in which they have to try and keep as quiet as possible.
The government summed up the measures as learning how to "anticipate, secure and react" to an attack.