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Fact sheets 12 to 14

FA1 Home Hazards and Reducing Risk

FA1 Home Hazards and Reducing Risk: Overview of what keeping safe is all about and the different types of hazard within the home.

FA2 Mind Your Step

FA2 Mind Your Step: Information about how to prevent trips and slips and some potential dangers from trips and slips around the home.

FA3 Falling Down

FA3 Falling Down: Information about how to prevent falls and some potential dangers from falls around the home.

FA4 Burning Up

FA4 Burning Up: Information about how to prevent fire, some potential fire hazards around the home and what to do if there's a fire.

FA5 The Heat is On

FA5 The Heat is On: Information about how to prevent burns from heat and some potential heat dangers around the home.

FA6 Shocking

FA6 Shocking: Information about how to prevent electrical shock and some potential electrical dangers around the home.

FA7 Think Sharp

FA7 Think Sharp: Information about how to prevent cuts from sharp objects and some potential sharp dangers around the home.

FA8 Poisons

FA8 Poisons: Information about how to prevent poisoning and some potential poison dangers around the home.

Glossary

Glossary: A comprehensive list of home safety words with clear and concise definitions.

Work sheets 12 to 14

WA1 Home Safety Audit

WA1 Home Safety Audit: Students complete a safety evaluation of the rooms of their home (great homework sheet!) and can then evaluate rooms in their school.

WA2 Safety: Learn the Lingo

WA2 Safety: Learn the Lingo: Activities designed to help students become familiar with terminology around home safety.

WA3 Ranking Risks

WA3 Ranking Risks: Students consider a number of different types of risks and their level of danger for different individuals.

WA4 Building Hazards in the News

WA4 Building Hazards in the News: Students write a newspaper article about an emergency in a block of flats.

WA5 Safety Messages

WA5 Safety Messages: Students design a campaign poster or write a script for a TV advertisement warning young children about an area of home safety.

WA6 Shocking Role-play

WA6 Shocking Role-play: Students devise a drama scene about an injury from electricity.

WA7 Getting Help (The Emergency Services)

WA7 Getting Help (The Emergency Services): Designed to educate students about making an emergency call, the role of the emergency services and basic first aid.

WA8 Kitchen and Food Safety

WA8 Kitchen and Food Safety: Students research potential hazards in the kitchen and write a set of rules for keeping the kitchen safe.

Fact sheets 14 to 16

FB1 Home Hazards and Reducing Risk

FB1 Home Hazards and Reducing Risk: Overview of what keeping safe is all about and examples of the different types of hazard within the home.

FB2 Mind Your Step

FB2 Mind Your Step: Information about sprains and strains; and key safety messages and basic first aid around trips and slips.

FB3 Falling Down

FB3 Falling Down: Information about injuries from falls; and key safety messages and basic first aid around falls and fractures.

FB4 Burning Up

FB4 Burning Up: Information about burns and scalds; and key safety messages and basic first aid around the use of heat.

FB5 The Heat is On

FB5 The Heat is On: Information about cuts, punctures and lacerations; and key safety messages and basic first aid around sharp objects.

FB6 Shocking

FB6 Shocking: Information about electric shock; and key safety messages and basic first aid around using electricity.

FB7 Think Sharp

FB7 Think Sharp: Information about cuts, punctures and lacerations; and key safety messages and basic first aid around sharp objects.

FB8 Poisons

FB8 Poisons: Information about different forms of poisoning (e.g. chemical, food); and key safety messages and basic first aid around poisons.

Glossary

Glossary: A comprehensive list of home safety words with clear and concise definitions.

Work sheets 14 to 16

WB1 Home Safety Audit

WB1 Home Safety Audit: Students complete a safety evaluation of the rooms of their home (great homework sheet!) and can then evaluate a relative's or friend's house.

WB2 Home Safety Equipment

WB2 Home Safety Equipment: Research activity designed to familiarise students with the different types of home safety equipment available (e.g. fire extinguishers, cupboard locks).

WB3 Shocking Board Game

WB3 Shocking Board Game: Students create their own board game on the theme of electrical safety and then consider the benefits and disadvantages of using electricity.

WB4 In the News: House Fires

WB4 In the News: House Fires: Students write either a newspaper article or a newscast script about a house fire, and then compare the two media.

WB5 Dangers and Personal Differences

WB5 Dangers and Personal Differences: Activities designed to help students understand that different people are vulnerable to different types of danger around the home.

WB6 Safety Soap

WB6 Safety Soap: Students devise a soap opera scene set in the Accident and Emergency ward of a hospital.

WB7 Safety Campaign

WB7 Safety Campaign: Students devise a campaign, aimed at young children, about a particular area of home safety.

WB8 Hoax Calls Kill

WB8 Hoax Calls Kill: Students research the dangers of making hoax calls to the emergency services and create a radio commercial to raise public awareness about the issue.