Water Safety Activities for KS1 and KS2

In this bundle you will find a collection of activities for children in KS1/2 to aid learning and support the promotion of Water Safety.

Resource Details
Delivery Type
  • Blue Light User
  • Teacher

This bundle includes the following lesson plans

Lesson Plan

“It’s fine. Look how calm the water is.”

Learning about staying safe near rivers and about the dangers of entering water without supervision is vitally important to help children make sensible decisions to keep themselves safe. This lesson addresses the dangers of playing in rivers and encourages the …

Lesson Plan

Get Lifeguard Fit

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.

Lesson Plan

What to do in an Emergency at the coast

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

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.

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 …

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 …

The RNLI work hard to look after us when we at the beach but we must follow the rules and learn how to keep ourselves safe too. This interactive game allows you to click on dangers that you can spot …

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 …

It’s a busy summer day down at the river but not everyone is safe in the water. Can you see any of the dangers in the picture?

The RNLI Lifeguards at the sea keep you safe.  If you were in trouble at the beach, Call 999 and ask for the coastguard.

The RNLI have different equipment to rescue people who are in trouble at sea.  See if you can colour in the Severn boat and make it as colourful as possible.

An information page filled with vital water safety advice and fun activities to captivate children. This would be a great wet-play activity or early-morning work for the class. In an emergency, call 999 and ask for the coastguard

Learn about keeping safe at home by using this crossword to expose the children to key words and safety messages. Two levels of challenge available with clues to solve to find the key words that fit in the crossword.

Bertie Bear has a really important message for children. It is important for young children to learn how to stay safe at the beach. This bold and eye-catching illustration can be coloured in to make it even brighter.

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 …

Can you spot the dangers at the beach from the picture? See how many you can find. Once you have found them all, colour the picture in as a poster to remind you of the dangers. A fantastic resource to …

Look carefully at the characters enjoying their time at the river. Can you see anything that could be dangerous? There is some important safety advice to follow when playing in and around rivers, this resource exposes children to these important …

Keeping safe at the swimming pool is important for children to learn at a young age. This differentiated crossword provides two levels of difficulty and challenges the children to answer questions about water safety to find the words that fit …

From a young age, it is important for children to understand that water can be dangerous. This engaging picture of characters moving around a house, teaches the children to look out for potential hazards that could cause harm. Can they …

Appears in these campaigns

Loading...