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Choices and Consequences: Early Knife Crime Intervention

Suitable for year 5 and 6
Cost: £130 + VAT

Through a variety of age-appropriate practical activities and meaningful discussions, the children work through a scenario-based activity, identifying the choices being made and the consequences of these choices. As the scenario escalates, the children learn about the risks of carrying knives and the laws around knife crime.

This session is aimed at Year 5 and 6 and lasts approximately 75 minutes.

The session includes:

  • Discussions around why people carry knives.
  • Understanding the importance of making the right choices and the choices made will have consequences that can impact themselves and other people.
  • Addressing misconceptions around knife related crime.
  • Impact of peer pressure when making choices.
  • The laws around knife related crime, including carrying, using and being a bystander.
  • Where to go for support if young people are worried about themselves or other people.
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Online Safety Sessions

Suitable for years 2 – 6
Cost: £130 + VAT

This is one of our most popular sessions.

Our sessions help children identify and navigate the risks of the online world.  Through a variety of age-appropriate practical activities and videos, the children are taught how to recognise risks, who they can talk to and where they can report content that upsets or worries them.  This session lasts approximately 75 minutes and each session builds on the content from the previous year.

The sessions include:

All year groups contain the following content, at an age-appropriate level: –

  • Discussions about suitable app and game age restrictions.
  • The risks of sharing too much personal information and the different ways it can be shared.
  • Thinking about who they might be talking to online – are people always who they say they are?
  • Importance of privacy settings, usernames and passwords.
  • Who they can go to for support if they are worried.

Year 4, 5 and 6 also contain some of the following: –

  • The risks of photo sharing and live streaming
  • Identifying what Cyberbullying is and what to do if it happens – Year 5 and 6
  • The risks and laws around sexting – Year 6
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Drug and Alcohol Safety

Suitable for years 5 & 6
Cost: £130 + VAT

This age-appropriate session highlights the distinction between illegal drugs, medicines and socially acceptable drugs including tobacco, alcohol, and caffeine.

The children are involved in paired and small group activities including the opportunity to discuss and role play situations involving peer pressure and how to deal with it.  ‘County Lines’ is also discussed within the session.

This session is aimed at Year 5 and 6 and lasts approximately 75 minutes.

The session includes:

  • What are drugs and why do people take them?
  • Types of Drugs – Legal (socially acceptable and prescription) and illegal
  • The effect of caffeine, alcohol and smoking can have on our bodies and the law relating to them
  • How illegal drugs can affect the people who take them, and the laws around taking drugs
  • The dangers of volatile substances such as aerosols
  • What addiction is and how it happens
  • Saying ‘No’ to drugs – Peer pressure role play (including a scenario based on County Lines)
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Emergency Services Lesson

Suitable for year 2
Cost: £130 + VAT

In this session we teach the children about how to recognise the different emergency services by the uniforms they wear, the service they provide and the vehicles they drive.

Pupils all have the opportunity to dress in real emergency service uniforms and all learn how to make a 999 call using our special telephone system.

The session includes:

  • What is an emergency?
  • Who are the emergency services?
  • What do they wear?
  • What do they drive?
  • What do they do?
  • Contacting the emergency serviceswhich number to ring, which emergency service do the need, which information you may need to give the call handler from the emergency services.
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Gas and Carbon Monoxide Safety

Suitable for years 4 5 & 6
Cost: £130 + VAT

In this session we cover ‘What is Natural Gas and where does it come from?’

We also explore dangers and symptoms of Carbon Monoxide, including an interactive drama explaining the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning and identify what we should do in a Gas Emergency – Natural Gas/Carbon Monoxide.

The session is aimed at Year 4, 5 and 5 and lasts approximately 75 minutes.

The session includes:

  • What natural gas is and where it comes from, how it gets to our homes and how it is used.
  • Properties of natural gas and why it is dangerous.
  • What to do in a gas or carbon monoxide emergency.
  • Who are Gas Safe Engineers?
  • What is Carbon Monoxide and how is it made?
  • What happens if we breathe in carbon monoxide?
  • Who can we contact in an emergency?
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Sessions for adults

Parent Online Safety Session

Max group size: 50
Cost: Face to Face session – From £295 (excluding VAT) Online session – £225 (excluding VAT)

This session is aimed at Parents and Carers and identifies the positive aspects of using technology, as well as addressing the current risks that children can face online.   It looks at age-appropriate apps and games, as well as the risks associated with adults and children sharing too much information and being aware who children might be talking to online.

The sessions can be offered during the school day, after school or during the evening, they are strictly for parents only as the content is not suitable for children. There are a wide range of resources available for parents and carers to access after the session

The session lasts for approximately 75 minutes and can be delivered face to face in school, virtually via Zoom or as a remote link to a video

The session includes:

  • Introduction – Up to date, key research findings and statistics concerning online safety for children.
  • Risks faced by children: Sharenting, oversharing, photo/live streaming, grooming, social media, gaming, cyberbullying, sexting, challenges and dares.
  • What parents can do – including setting parental controls, monitoring apps, conversations, and family agreements.
  • Where to go for help
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Staff Online Safety Sessions

Max group size: 50
Cost: Face to Face session – From £295 (excluding VAT) Online session – £225 (excluding VAT)

This session is aimed at school staff and identifies the current risks for children online.  It informs staff about responding to incidents in school, identifying the key online reporting tools as well as the importance of managing their professional reputation online. School day or twilight sessions are offered as a staff meeting or INSET session.

The session lasts for approximately 75 minutes.

The session includes:

  • Introduction – Up to date, key research findings and statistics concerning internet safety for children
  • Risks faced by children – Sharenting, oversharing, photo/live streaming, grooming, social media, gaming, cyberbullying, sexting, hate crime and radicalisation.
  • Professional reputation – protecting yourself
  • Staff Support/School Guidance – key documents for schools
  • Curriculum Support – resources available
  • Where to go for help
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For further information please contact on 01908 263009 or email our team on bookings@www.safetycentre.co.uk

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