Year 6 Bundle of Activities

In this bundle you will find lots of learning activities which are fun to do, aimed at children who are in Year 6.

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This bundle includes the following lesson plans

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Fire Action Plan

This lesson plan and associated resources teach children how to develop a fire action plan and why it is necessary.

Lesson Plan

Identifying an Emergency

Understanding how to identify an emergency, requesting the right help and how to do this, is a really important life skill. This lesson will provide an opportunity to learn how to do this and also learn that you should only …

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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

“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 …

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Introducing the Water Safety Code

This lesson addresses the dangers associated with swimming in the sea without appropriate supervision. It teaches the children about the safety flags at the beach that will keep them safe in the water.

This bundle includes the following resources

Planning your escape route from a building is a vital part of learning about keeping safe. If the smoke alarm goes off at home, do you know your quickest route out?

Keep safe at the swimming pool by learning important rules and advice. See if you can find the hidden words in the wordsearch and learn more about how to stay safe at the swimming pool.

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 …

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.

This activity sheet is for the lesson ‘Identifying an Emergency’ and teaches the children about how to call for help when there is an emergency and the important information that they will have to share in order for an ambulance …

A challenging design activity linked to learning how to stay safe. In this activity children will need to use ideas and design skills to create outfits that would make you more visible in the dark. There is an extension challenge …

A set of English activities based on the theme of the car. Encourage critical thinking and persuasive writing skills by getting the children to think about whether cars are our friends or foes. The activities include using a dictionary, creating …

Trains are a great way to travel, but railways are extremely dangerous and they are not places to play. By drawing illustrations to go with the points in the railway code the children will learn how to stay safe near …

Click on the dangers you see. You may even spot some good things that people are doing to keep safe at the beach

An interactive, multi-player game to engage the children in the topic of fire-safety. Climb the ladders and slide down the hoses, try to be the first to finish.

This busy beach 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 …

See if you can spot the differences in our road safety picture. See if you can find the good and bad behaviour.

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?

This busy beach 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?

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 …

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 …

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 …

A set of bright picture cards displaying items that could be packed for a day by the water. Children can use the cards to identify which of the items they think they should take with them to help them stay …

This sorting activity sheet should be used alongside the ‘What Shall We Pack?’ picture cards. The children can use the sheet to arrange the pictures according to their importance for a day at the beach. Encourage the children to consider …

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