In this bundle you will find lots of learning activities which are fun to do, aimed at children learning about Hero’s
Heroes – Activity Bundle
This bundle includes the following lesson plans
An active and informative cross-curricular lesson to inspire your class to get ‘lifeguard fit’. This PSHE/PE lesson will engage the children in active learning about water safety and the work that lifeguards do to train and keep us safe.
This is an excellent lesson to explain, to KS1 children, the role of paramedics and how they can help us in an emergency. As part of the PSHE curriculum, children need to learn about the people who help us and …
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 …
A detailed lesson plan providing the guidance needed to deliver a cross-curricular PSHE/literacy lesson on fire safety, focusing on the dangers of lighters and matches.
This activity sheet and lesson plan accompany the work on the story of ‘The Birthday Cake Mistake’. This activity focuses on the part of the story when the children have to call for help and the important details to remember …
The Coastguard know how important it is for everyone to understand how to stay safe at the beach. This lesson can be shared as a water safety lesson to teach the children what to do in an emergency at the …
This bundle includes the following resources
Practise number recognition and counting skills with this engaging worksheet linked to fire safety.
The RNLI have different equipment to rescue people who are in trouble at sea. This picture demonstrates how closely they work with the HM Coastguard. See if you can colour in the Atlantic boat and helicopter and make it as …
The RNLI have different equipment to rescue people who are in trouble at sea. This picture shows the Atlantic 85 boat in action, use colours to brighten up the picture.
A bright, eye-catching and creative activity to engage KS1 and lower KS2 children. Cutting and folding will develop their fine-motor skills as well as their concentration and attention to detail.
Do you know what to do if there is a fire? An important fire safety message accompanies this colouring page.
The fire and rescue service attend many different types of emergencies and incidents. This colouring activity is of an animal rescue.
The fire and rescue service attend many different types of emergencies and incidents. This colouring activity is of a chemical spillage.
Dennis and Denise help firefighters to do their job. Can you colour in the sheets to make them bright and eye-catching?
The fire and rescue service use different types of vehicles to attend emergencies or incidents. This one is an aerial ladder platform.
Part of a firefighter’s job is to teach members of the community about the dangers in their homes and local environments. This picture shows a firefighter delivering a lesson to a group of children.
A colouring activity that can be used to help build fine motor skills and promote mindfulness, whilst letting the children’s imaginations grow.
The fire and rescue service use different types of vehicles to attend emergencies or incidents. This one is a fire engine, we also call it a fire appliance.
The fire and rescue service use different types of equipment when attending emergencies or incidents. They will also use the equipment for training so they are ready to attend emergencies. These firefighters are using a hose and wearing breathing apparatus.
Did you know the fire service can fit smoke alarms? You can contact your local fire service and ask about this. This is a colouring activity of a firefighter fitting a smoke alarm.
An eye-catching cartoon colouring page linked to fire safety.
The blue light organisations can often attend incidents together and work as part of a team. This colouring activity shows a cliff rescue.
The blue light organisations, which include fire, ambulance, HM Coastguard and RNLI can often attend incidents together and work as part of a team. This colouring activity is a water rescue incident.
Use some colouring pencils to colour in our ambulance. What colours do you think it should be?
An exciting picture of a Police Helicopter that can be coloured by the children.
What do you know about the job that the police do? Why do they need their cars to stand out on the road? This illustration of a police car needs colour added to make it fit for purpose. Challenge the …
An eye catching cartoon colouring page of a Police Officer and a Police Bike.
An eye catching cartoon colouring page of a Police car
Let the children’s imaginations grow as they complete this delightful, creative activity.
Colouring is a great way to develop mindfulness. Dean the Defibrillator can spark children’s imaginations and teach them about helping people.
Colouring is a great way to develop mindfulness. Debs the Defibrillator can spark children’s imaginations and teach them about helping people.
Learning about the people who help us is an important element in the PSHE curriculum. This activity features a hidden message about firefighters to highlight the role of the fire service.
An informative video showing a simple re-enactment of the bravery shown by Grace Darling in 1838. Delivered by an energetic presenter, this video explains the story clearly and also highlights the work that the volunteers at the RNLI do to …
PowerPoint featuring powerful images of Grace Darling’s bravery as she risked her life to rescue the stranded survivors of the wrecked steamship Forfarshire in 1838. An act of bravery that earned her an award for gallantry from the RNLI.
An action-packed picture showing two fire fighters using a fire hose.
The Fire and Rescue Service attend many different types of emergencies and incidents. This colouring activity is of a chemical spillage.
The Coastguard will be on hand for emergencies that happen on the coast. In this busy beach scene there are some accidents waiting to happen and some safe behaviour being shown. Can you spot them all?
This busy harbour scene shows lots of people enjoying themselves on a warm day however look more closely, can you see anyone in danger? Hidden in the picture are dangers and problems that could be harmful. An excellent resource to …
The RNLI Lifeguards at the sea keep you safe. If you were in trouble at the beach, Call 999 and ask for the coastguard.
This detailed colouring page shows a lifeboat crew on a boat on the River Thames. Learning about water safety is important for children at a young age and this picture could be used to spark discussions about how to stay …
This poster displays the water safety code which gives clear advice about how to avoid getting into trouble in water and also what to do if there is an emergency situation. An essential resource to share with children as part …