Stranger danger is the idea or warning that all strangers can potentially be dangerous. It is an example of a moral panic that people experience regarding anyone that they are unfamiliar with in society. On 26th July, during the Special activity time, students of Grades I-III discussed the risk of strangers around us, what they should do when in danger and whom to reach out to for help. Furthermore, the basic stranger danger rules were discussed with the children. It was an informative session for the children.