Key Stage Fire Safety Learning Resources

On average 50 children under the age of 11 are killed in fires every year making fire one of the leading causes of acidental injury and death amongst. children.

 

Below you will find teaching resources for 4 - 11 year olds in line with the current National Cirriculum.

 

The aim is to raise awareness of the risks of fire and help them grow into responsible young adults.

 

Foundation

Foundation

 

Learn the difference between Hot & Cold by sorting items according to their temperature.

 

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1

 

House of Hazards Lesson

 

Learn about hazards in the home and the importance of working smoke alarms.

 

Key Stage 1

 

Prevention Display Lesson

 

Children can create a display showing their understanding of what can be a danger to them in their homes.

 

Key Stage 1

 

Big Book Story Lesson

 

Teaches children the importance of having a working smoke alarm and an escape plan.  They will also learn how to dial 999.

 

Key Stage 1

 

Home Fire Escape Plan

 

Children will learn to keep doorways and exit clear whilst learning a safe route out of the house in an emergency.

 

Key Stage 1

 

Frances the Firefly Story

 

Teaches the importance of not playing with matches and the consequences of playing with fire.

 

 

Key Stage 2

Key Stage 2

 

Fire Triangle Activity

 

Teaches what a Fire needs to burn and how to put it out.

 

Key Stage 2

 

Escape Plan & Routes Activity

 

Shows children the importance of getting away from fire as quickly and safely as possible.

 

Key Stage 2

 

999 Roleplay & Homework

 

Shows the correct way to make a 999 call and the information they shoud give to the operator.

 

 

Key Stage 2

 

Hoax Calls Lesson Plan & Activity

A lesson which highlights the dangers and consequences of making hoax calls

 

Key Stage 2

 

Firework Safety Activity

Pupils will learn about the firework code and who how to act safely around fireworks.

 

 

*Remember it is important to first establish if any of the children have been involved in or been effected by the affects of  fire and special consideration given regarding sensitivity towards them.

 

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