Our aim is to provide an innovative, engaging and age-appropriate safety education programme covering fire, water, and road safety. We offer:
- School visits
- Activities and resources for children
- Seasonal safety information
- Fire safety information for parents and carers.
School visits are at the heart of what we do and we offer a variety of safety education sessions in fire, water, and road safety. These visits span the Key Stages including:
- Fire safety school visits for Early Years, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3
- Water safety school visits for Key Stage 3
- Road safety presentation Safe Drive, Stay Alive for Key Stage 5.
Starting at the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), our school visits will equip children and young people with the knowledge and skills that they need to keep themselves safe, both now and in the future.
Our experienced Education Officers use their knowledge, training and expertise to deliver key safety messages and learning outcomes in an age-appropriate, inclusive and fun way.
All our sessions can be adapted to meet the needs of children or young people with additional needs.
Please book one session per class with a maximum of 34 students. More information on how to book can be found in our school visit common questions.
SEND fire safety school visit
We deliver bespoke fire safety sessions to special schools throughout the year.
Following consultation with the class teacher we will design and deliver an accessible session that meets the needs of the children.
To discuss your requirements and make a booking please email our Education Officers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities and resources for children
We provide age-appropriate and engaging activities and resources to take learning beyond the classroom.
Use the activities to follow up on a school visit or to entertain a child who just loves the fire service.
Seasonal safety information
We provide advice, information and activities and resources throughout the year to ensure that you and your family can enjoy seasonal activities safely.
Fire safety information for parents and carers
We provide information on the easy steps that you can take at home to help prevent, detect and escape a fire.
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