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Resus Rangers join Child Safety Week with child accident prevention trust

On 3rd to 9th June 2024, Resus Rangers are joining child accident prevention trust to celebrate 'Child Safety Week'.

Child Safety Week 2024 is the Child Accident Prevention Trust’s, also known as capt, annual community education campaign, acting as a catalyst for thousands of safety conversations and activities across the UK.

capt help families build confidence and skills in managing the real risks to children’s safety, and capt want all children to have the freedom to grow and learn, safe from serious harm.

capt have lots of great free resources and tips on how to keep children safe, including fact sheets, session plans and printed resources.

For more information about 'capt Child Safety Week' and how to get involved visit: Child Safety Week | Child Accident Prevention Trust (

How are Resus Rangers getting involved?

To support child safety week Resus Rangers are offering a free first aid lesson resource for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children. The lessons include two of the extended topics which can be found in our full Teacher-Led First Aid Resource Programme: The Programme | Resus Rangers | First Aid for Primary School Children


Our lesson folders include the following resources: activity booklet, lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation, answer key, user guide/instructions, key notes and pupil certification.


Key Stage 1 - Recognising Dangers in the Home and Playground:

The digital lesson will take between 30-40 minutes, and by the end of the first topic, the pupils will be able to; correctly identify hazards in the home and playground, describe what injuries may occur from these objects, and identify ways to avoid injury.

Key Stage 2 - Types of Poisons and Burns in the Kitchen and Home:

The digital lesson will take between 40-60 minutes, and by the end of the first topic, the pupils will be able to; correctly identify hazards in the kitchen, distinguish the different types of burns, gain knowledge on what to do if you or another person have been burnt, identify different poisons in the home, recognise the safest place to keep poisonous products and understand the different ways that poisons can enter the body.

To receive a copy of the free first aid resources for children - email 'child safety week' to

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