At secondary level we have several different schemes aimed at further developing the ideas and concepts discussed during the Year 6 ChildSafe session as well as exploring how to spot fire hazards and fire safety in the home
TeenSafe is our KS3 safety educational package primarily aimed at Year 7 students, though this can be flexible depending upon the school’s circumstances. It consists of two key modules:
Each module is approximately 45 minutes in length and has been developed with schools’ PSHE days in mind. Whilst at first glance it may not appear that the modules are relevant to your school, please bear in mind the activities that students may get involved with outside term time. For more information about the modules’ content and how to book a visit, please contact us [opens in a new tab].
This package encourages young people to understand the risks and potential consequences associated with making hoax calls and deliberate fire setting for themselves, their families and the communities they live in.
This lesson is delivered by our professional community fire safety advocates and is suitable for Year 7 or Year 8 students; complementing PSHE and citizenship curriculum areas. It is usually delivered in schools that request the input or where there are problems with anti-social behaviour, hoax calls or deliberate fire-setting in a particular area. The programme is also available to other organisations that work with young people where it is felt it would be beneficial.
Please contact Service Headquarters
The FIRES scheme is aimed at children under 17 who have developed a fascination with fire and who have exposed themselves or others to the risk. It is also available to those who have committed a fire-related crime as part of measures to prevent them from re-offending.
Organisations and parent/guardians can make referrals by downloading an application form and emailing it to email@example.com
To download the form click here.
Information about our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) offering is available here.
Aimed at year 10 and 11 students, the Wasted Lives package seeks to educate learner and pre-learner drivers. It is designed to instil safer attitudes and behaviours on the road. It focuses on the consequences of taking risks in a car as a passenger as well as a driver.
Sessions are delivered by Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service and explore Lancashire’s fatal five:
Our teams have extensive knowledge of the local area and can engage effectively with students about road safety.
Sessions can be delivered either in-person or virtually in two formats:
To book a session or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org today.