National Burn Awareness Day
14 Oct – 14 Oct
Prevention and good first aid are key to reducing the number of burns and scalds occurring in the UK every single day.
These lesson plans are built to a consistent standard to take the pressure off you when thinking about pulling together your individual session to meet the key messages of the campaign. Lesson plans are linked to the specific resources you need to deliver the session and some other resources to help you flex the sessions to meet the needs of your learners.
This lesson plan contains details needed to support the delivery of an English comprehension lesson based on the story ‘Know Your Way Out’. Use the book and the storyboard sequencing resources linked to this lesson plan to encourage the children …
These resources are specific to the campaign. Think of it as a readymade curation of resources from our library so you don’t have to do the searching!
There is an important safety message hidden in the code. Crack the code and uncover the message. Remember to listen carefully to adults and behave safely with matches and lighters.
These cards encourage the children to think carefully about the pictures and use reasoning skills to explain their similarities and differences and think about which objects are safe and which are not.
This game is based on the famous ‘Snakes and Ladders’ game. But instead of Snakes and Ladders you have Ladders and Hose.
Information sheet on how to make a 999 call and ask for the ambulance service. It also emphasises the importance of only ringing 999 in a real emergency.
Allow children to practise their colouring skills and pencil control while learning about fire safety.
Ben and Katy are playing and having fun but the fun soon ends when Katy starts playing with matches. Find out how the family make a quick escape and get help from the Fire and Rescue Service.
You’ll find everything you need here to deliver a single lesson or much more. Bundles can contain multiple lesson plans across a number of subjects that all support a key message. There may be a variety of resources such as activities, videos and interactives to support the delivery of the lessons and ensure that all students can be engaged and challenged to match up with individual abilities. You may also find guides and risk assessments to support your delivery.
These planning tools will provide everything you need to deliver your lessons, this will save you time and effort on searching for the right materials as they are directly linked to the lesson you are going to deliver.