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Personal, Social, Health & Citizenship Education for Teachers, Parents and Children Encouraging young people to respect themselves, others and their community.


The Resources we use The resources we provide are designed and developed by the Foundation or sourced from a variety of nationally recognised suppliers. They encourage children to learn important life saving messages, through the use of fictional characters where appropriate. Additional resources include lesson plans, games, puzzles and interactive media. All of our resources have been designed and developed using educational techniques that allow children to:• be educated using facts and information, rather than just being told to do or not to do something that may have the opposite reaction; • explore their own attitudes and values towards those facts; • resist peer pressure, become more assertive and base their decisions on personal knowledge and understanding; • use the resources in the classroom or at home with a trusted adult, educating the child, family and peers; • learn messages promoted by the Emergency Services, teachers, parents or government; • focus on key elements of Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship education.

For teachers, parents and carers PSHE Classroom Activity Handbook This resource provides teachers with over 60 lesson plans covering a broad range of safety topics. Using cross curricular themes that engage the children in practical and entertaining activities this resource will prove invaluable in the delivery of child safety education. Topics covered include: Road Safety; Fire Safety; Personal/Community Safety; Bullying; Hate Crime; Health Education; First Aid; Citizenship and The Law and Young People. PSHE Classroom Activity Handbook

Ref: 9781903997147 £25.00

Victim Advice & Support - A Little Ray of Hope Compiled with the help of the Police and Social Service Child Protection Experts, this publication looks at the ways in which different crimes affect different children. It informs parents how they can expect their child to react, advises them how to deal with the reaction, discusses the legal system and gives the names, addresses and contact numbers of relevant charities and advisory services. A Little Ray of Hope

Ref: 9781903997017

£5.99

Taking Control Designed with the assistance of Drug Prevention Officers, this simple leaflet aims to provide the reader with useful advice on how to determine if a child in their care is taking drugs. Already popular with health professionals nationally, this is a valuable tool in the fight against teenage substance mis-use. r Call fo Topics covered include: What are the Signs?; s il a t e d How Can You Find Out?; Where Can You Go For Help? Taking Control

Ref: 9780955238659

World Report on Child Injury Prevention 2008 Every day around the world the lives of more than 2,000 families are torn apart by the loss of a child to an unintentional injury or so-called ‘accident’ that could have been prevented. The grief that these families suffer - mothers, fathers, siblings, grandparents and friends - is immeasurable and often impact entire communities. Margaret Chann, Director-General, World Health Organization.

Resources for 6-7 year olds Self Esteem - Will Power’s Early Years Book of Choices The ‘Will Power’ Early Years Book of Choices enables young people to explore issues surrounding safety, choice and rules. Topics are approached in a simple, no-nonsense manner so that young readers can use the publication as a basis of discussion in the classroom or, at home with parents. Will Power’s can be used to explore curriculum topics such as ‘Health Education’ and ‘Substance Use and Misuse’.

Each resource:-

Fire Safety - Deedee and Dennis the Dragon

• has been developed with the help and assistance of the Emergency Services, teachers and child protection personnel;

Fire safety issues are dealt with in a sensitive manner so that they will stay with the children as they move through their early school years. The publication contains a mixture of stories and classroom activities, encouraging the children to identify dangers and discover solutions. This interactive approach to problem-solving will enable teachers to build a firm, fire safe foundation in the minds of all 6-7 year olds.

• has been tested in the classroom with children in the targeted age groups before being published; • meets the needs of the National Curriculum linking to the right age group and complementing other lessons such as English, Science and Mathematics using cross-curricular themes.

Will Power’s Early Years Book of Choices

Deedee and Dennis the Dragon

Ref: 9781903997024

Ref: 9781903997154

£9.99

£9.99

First Aid - Early Years First Aid Handbook Designed by a Paramedic, this colourful handbook provides a key introduction to First Aid which is both educational and entertaining. It sensitively allows children to explore issues surrounding first aid using child friendly illustrations and characters. Topics include: The Body; Organs; Senses and First Aid.

Early Years First Aid Handbook

Ref: 9781903997048

£9.99


This resource addresses key elements of a child’s personal and social education. Will Power presents key facts in a user-friendly fashion by inviting readers to discover more through a fun-filled range of exercises and activities. By using everything from crosswords and word-searches to fascinating classroom discussion topics, the publication covers: Smoking; Alcohol; Drugs; My Body; Taking Control and Bullying. Will Power’s Beware

Ref: 9781903997000

£9.99

Fire Safety - Red Alert Providing a comprehensive introduction to fire safety, Red Alert introduces children to Dennis the Dragon. Readers are taken on an educational rollercoaster, teaching them all there is to know about fire and its consequences. Covering everything from the Scientific Explanation of Fire to Fire Prevention; the Role of Fire in Celebration and even a Fascinating Journey Back in Time. Red Alert

Ref: 9781903997086

£9.99

The First Aid Handbook The best way to learn first aid is to start early. Indeed, first aid learnt in childhood tends to stay with us throughout our lives. The First Aid Handbook has been written and illustrated by a qualified Paramedic for children attending Primary School. The safety guide deals with a host of topics including Cuts and Bruises; Burns; Fractures; Sprains; Resuscitation and Emergency Action. The First Aid Handbook

Ref: 9781903997055

£9.99

Anti-Bullying - The Young Person’s Guide Providing comprehensive coverage of this high-profile and serious subject, this resource has been developed to focus on victims and bullies alike. Using a series of characters the handbook explores a range of situations which may reflect the readers own experiences and encourages them to help themselves and their peers within their environment. Endorsed by the NSPCC, this resource now underpins anti-bullying work in schools throughout the UK. Anti-Bullying - The Young Person’s Guide Ref: 9781903997130

£9.99

Accident Prevention - Play Safe, Stay Safe, Keep Safe Play Safe addresses a number of key topics including Safety at Home; Electricity; Water; Beaches; Building Sites; Roads; Health and Fitness; First Aid; Bullying and Drugs. The handbook is designed to involve parents, teachers and children in projects, activities and coursework, so it entertains whilst it educates.

Play Safe, Stay Safe, Keep Safe

Ref: 9781903997062

£9.99

Transport Safety - Out and About Out and About is a unique educational resource that has been developed with the Government’s Road Strategy ‘Tomorrow’s Roads - Safer for Everyone’ in mind. Young people are advised how to travel safely on foot, road, rail, canal and plane. The activities are designed so that they not only stimulate discussion but also link closely to the child’s own experiences. Topics covered include: Be Seen; Know The Dangers; On Foot; By Bike; Wheely Good Fun; By Rail; By Bus; By Canal; By Plane and In An Emergency. Out and About

Ref: 9781903997178

£9.99

Citizenship - Junior Citizen Handbook A unique publication produced in conjunction with the Emergency Services. Junior Citizen addresses a number of key topics that include: Road Safety; Personal Safety; Drugs; Alcohol; Smoking; First Aid; Hate Crime; Electricity and Gas Safety. Designed to reinforce the serious messages taught at multi agency child safety events, the Junior Citizen Handbook has become a useful classroom aid for the delivery of effective PSHE in schools. Junior Citizen Handbook

Ref: 9781903997079

£9.99

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Resources for 7-11 year olds


Resources for young people 11+ years Citizenship - Respect ‘Your Life, Your Choice’ Exploring many of the major issues encountered by young people in their everyday lives, Respect uses real life situations to examine various citizenship issues and offers a range of useful contacts for further information. Topics discussed include: Peer Pressure; Crime Prevention; Alcohol; Drugs and Solvent Mis-use; Car Crime; Bullying; Shoplifting and Other Forms of Theft; Hate Crime; Racial Harassment; Personal Safety; Domestic Abuse and Anti-Social Behaviour. Respect ‘Your Life, Your Choice’

Ref: 9781903997031

£9.99

Key partners are:

Crime Reduction & Fire Safety - Be-right Spark Be-Right Spark gives in-depth coverage of Cause; The Firesetter; Preparation and Escape; Prevention and Detection; Fire and Consequences and The Fire Service. Each chapter concludes with a 'Tester' Section, where the messages in the text are reinforced by completing the exercise. There are also extensive contact details and coverage of the modern day fire service. Be-right Spark

Ref: 9781903997161

£9.99

Community Safety Partnerships Connexions Services Councils County Durham & Darlington Fire & Rescue Service Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnerships

Domestic Abuse Domestic abuse is a very distressing and serious issue and one that is difficult to discuss. Very often children and young people witness abuse and this booklet has been designed to provide practical advice and information. Topics include: Forms of Abuse; Personal Safety Plans r Call fo and Building Positive Relationships. s il a t e d Domestic Abuse

Behavioural Improvement Programmes Central Scotland Fire & Rescue Service

Ref: 9780955238604

Crucial Crews Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service Domestic Violence Units Drug & Alcohol Action Teams East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service Greater Manchester Police

World Report on Child Injury Prevention 2008 Child injuries are a growing global public health problem. They are a significant area of concern from the age of 1 year, and progressively contribute more to overall rates of death until children reach adulthood. Ann M Veneman, United Nations Children’s Fund.

Healthy Schools Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust Isle of Wight NHS Primary Care Trust

Other Resources

Junior Citizens Junior Life Skills London Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Restorative Justice Restorative Justice provides opportunities for those directly affected by an offence victim, offender and members of the community - to communicate and agree how to deal with the offence and its consequences. This booklet has been designed with the support of Youth Justice professionals to explore r Call fo issues such as direct and indirect victims, crime and consequences details and attitudes and behaviour. Restorative Justice

Ref: 9780955238611

Metropolitan Police Service Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust Police Authorities Primary Care Trusts Pupil Referral Units Safe Highlanders & Islanders

Second Chance

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Young people who have access to education, training and employment and take advantage of it, are more likely to avoid social exclusion and economic disadvantage. This booklet is designed to help young people gain employment. It has a number of useful tips such as how to prepare for an interview, useful r Call fo telephone numbers and a list of other organisations who are able s il a t e d to help. Second Chance

Ref: 9780955238628

Junior Citizen Think Safe, Team Up! DVD PLUS Presented by Rav Wilding, this exciting educational resource has been devised specially for pupils aged 9-13. Filmed on location at Junior Citizen events all over London, the DVD is packed with essential information young people need to help keep themselves safe including: Fire Safety; Knife Crime; Road Safety; Safety on Buses and Tubes; Healthy Living; First Aid; Bullying; Electricity Safety and Internet Safety. The DVD is accompanied by a comprehensive digital handbook with more than 60 lesson plans, curriculum references and suggestions for further activity. Junior Citizen Think Safe, Team Up! DVD

Ref: 9780955238642 £46inc.VAT

Safety Carousels Scottish Burned Children’s Club South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust St. John Ambulance Sussex Police Victim Support Schemes West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust Youth Offending Teams and other organisations located throughout the British Isles


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‘The health, well-being and safety of our young people is vitally important and so I was pleased to hear of the valuable work the Foundation is doing to promote child safety. I was particularly pleased to hear of the success you have had in adopting a partnership approach with high profile commercial organisations.’ ‘We were encouraged to see

Rt. Hon. Jacqui Smith, MP

the efforts that your organisation is making for the benefit of children’s safety.’ ‘The very positive response from children, teachers, parents and police officers show that these activity books are an

Children and Young People’s Unit

excellent resource for young people.’ Superintendent Adrian Rabot,

‘The content of the booklets are very full, accurate

Metropolitan Police Service

and extremely informative.’ Schools Council UK

‘The clear and involving nature of some of the content should stimulate, engage and encourage children to think and make

‘Thank you for bringing education and industry together

decisions themselves.’

in this way. Something positive and useful.’

Risk Education Team, Health & Safety Executive

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