Resources for young people, parents and teachers
- First Aid for children and older young people by the Red Cross.
- Learn more about the weather and how it affects us
- Information on electricity and safety for young people, teachers and parents
- See the work of some Surrey and other young people here, helped by Lancaster University and Save the Children, including a short film on how young people are affected by flooding and their manifesto for change.
- Online resources, activity sheets and story books by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Resilience Forum for younger children to learn about extreme weather, fire safety, water safety, road safety and sustainable transport.
- Emotional support and self help resources for young people from First Steps
Resources for uniformed young people
- The Duke Of Cornwall Award has lots of resources to make young people, but especially those who belong to a uniformed organisation, more resilient. Would your local Scouts, Guides, Cadets, or similar group like to take part?
Other resources for teachers
- See what is available from Surrey Fire Rescue Service
- The British Red Cross has a range of tailored online classroom resources to help children and young people aged 6-19 engage with a range of topic areas, including by signing up to their Newsthink emails
- Contact Save the Children to discuss working with your school and resources available
For more information on resources for young people and schools from Surrey Prepared partners, please contact us at email@example.com
- Homework sheets, quizzes and presentations or possible tours by the Environment Agency on rivers, flooding, the River Thames Scheme and the Jubilee River.
- Links to the utility companies for possible school visits and information