In addition to a tour of Hazard Alley, children experience a classroom based session designed to teach them how to keep themselves safer online.
With a mixture of presentations, practical activities, discussion, & video, children are encouraged to think about passwords, their personal information and the risks of using the internet. We also explore what cyberbullying is and how to get help if you need it.
This is suitable for Years 5 & 6 only. You’ll be split into groups for the session and tour, and changing activity after lunch. We have facilities for eating packed lunches.
This is so worth a visit for families. Interesting to learn and not boring at all. There is parking spaces outside. Interactive displays inside.
Its very good as a child to practice real life situations. Best part was fire alarm where grandpa was upstairs and the portable heater had blown up and we went out and called fire brigade and the ambulance and saw how much damage a small fire can do.
Scary part was the train video where kids was playing I spy on the train tracks .
An excellent trip for my children’s cubs group. The children all learnt loads about identifying hazards & keeping safe in a very realistic environment. Our guide bob was great, kept the children engaged the whole time. They had to make a real 999 emergency call & speak to a real operator.
I’ve visited on a number of occasions with children from school and each time the children gain so much. Groups of children are guided by volunteers who work really well with the children.
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