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Learning how to keep ourselves safe at Hazard Alley Safety Centre

posted 11 Jul 2013, 06:53 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 11 Jul 2013, 06:54 ]
Year 2 Oaks and children from Cedars who have not had the opportunity to go before, visited the Safety Centre on Friday,
28th June as part of their learning in how to keep themselves safe. 

Hazard Alley Safety Centre is a ‘purpose built’ interactive education centre. On their visit the children experienced twelve hazardous scenarios in perfect safety, such as fire safety, road safety and first aid. They also learned how to put a person who is in difficulty in the recovery position and about crime and the consequences. They were encouraged to identify everyday hazards and develop safe strategies to deal with potential emergencies, changing their behaviour to keep themselves and others safe. 

As you can see the children, had a wonderful morning!



The recovery position

making a 999 call

Making an emergency call -  999



Learning about the possible dangers of a dark alley