4 - 7yrs Collections
Children on or near roads are highly vulnerable. Being seen adds dramatically to children's safety on our roads.
7 - 11yrs Collections
Children can be at risk when travelling in bad weather or in hours of darkness, particularly around the times the clocks change.
It's really important we help our children not only to understand the risk from the dangers of traffic, but what will help them travel safely.
These resources aim to help both teachers and parents deliver important messages about staying safe, and help children learn how to minimise risks.
It's important that children and young people are aware of all the financial things that affect them every day, so that they can make responsible decisions about their own finances as they get older and become more independent.
7 - 11yrs Students Games
Home Safe Home
Part of: Staying Safe at Home
7 - 11yrs Students Work sheets
Finishing a story about hazards on the road with suggested words, hints and tips.
Part of: Safer Travel 2
Servants' daily tasks and dangers in Victorian Homes: writing a daily diary.
Questions and a challenge about keeping safe in Viking homes.
How people kept safe at home in WWII; the differences between household hazards then and now; questions and a challenge.
Looking at different Victorian coinage and what they were worth compared to the decimal currency we use today.
Part of: The Cost of Money
Victorian Money Challenge (Welsh)
4 - 7yrs Students, Teachers Fun/Fact sheets
All the important things they need to remember to keep safe if out near traffic at night.
Part of: Be Safe Be Seen 1
7 - 11yrs Students Fun/Fact sheets
The potential hazards in Viking homes: heat, sharp objects, poisons and trip / slip hazards.
How people kept safe at home in WWII; the differences between household hazards then and now.
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