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30th November 2012 at 00:00

Holiday safety

Use these resources to raise awareness of risk and help children to stay safe during the Christmas break.

Little book of safety

Pupils design their own safety leaflet using this template.

Graffiti dangers

Toliff's video and lesson plan explain the dangers of spray-painting near railway tracks.

Road safety song

Teach pupils the Green Cross Code using this song.

Is it safe?

Pupils identify outdoor hazards in this British Red Cross lesson.

Be aware

The Happy Gang explains how to stay safe on the road in this BBC Class Clips video.

Safe road game

Pupils try to design the safest road in this board game design project from Living Streets.

Protect yourself

Pupils identify hazards in the home with this resource pack.

Electrifying

From fuses to plug sockets, this lesson reveals the dangers of electricity in the home.

No room for strangers

A short song about the danger of speaking to a stranger.

Getting lost (video)

Six-year-old Teigan explains what children should do if they are separated from their parents.

For these resources and more, check out the TES Holiday Safety collection.

bit.lytesHolidaySafety.

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