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Keeping Safe in the Home

Young people are constantly faced with unsafe situations and it is our duty to help equip them with the knowledge to behave safely. This collection focuses on safety in the home, after all it is where young people spend a lot of their time, and they sometimes do it alone.
A Collection By Amy Watson
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  • 6 Collection Items
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Keeping Safe in the Home
  • Amy Watson says:
    These practical activities are great to get your class involved in home safety. Let them create role plays and you will be surprised at how creative they can be, all whilst working together. I love the idea of a field trip, but if it's just not practical you could consider having a guest speaker come and talk to your class instead.
  • capt.org.uk
    capt.org.uk

    Safety at Home for Children

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    Amy Watson says:
    The Child Accident Prevention Trust has put together these few lesson plans regarding safety in the home. They can be adapted for various ages and abilities and even include homework and extension activities. Follow the plans exactly, or use some of the activities in your own lessons.
  • Nationwide Education

    Webtool
    nationwideeducation.co.uk
    nationwideeducation.co.uk
    Amy Watson says:
    Create a free account to save all your resources in the one place. You can create folders for various categories and age groups, and then print when needed, making it very user-friendly.
  • Amy Watson says:
    A reliable resource from the Red Cross. You need to create a free account, but then you have full access to adaptable lesson plans, worksheets and activities to print and use when necessary.
  • Amy Watson says:
    A ready made workbook to give to your students, or print individual sheet depending on your needs. My favorite aspect about this booklet is that is has strong curricular links, particularly with math.
  • Staying Safe

    Website
    kidshealth.org
    kidshealth.org
    Amy Watson says:
    This site covers an extensive range of home safety areas so you can pick and choose depending on the needs of your class. I really like 'when it's just you after school' as many students are probably home alone at times, often with other siblings too.
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