Category: Promoters

Safety Scene Installation & Breakdown

Installation takes approximately 5 hours

Breakdown takes approximately 3 hours

Safety Scene Introduction for Promoters

Safety Scene is a unique experience which is fun and yet has been designed to fit into the school curriculum as an aid for teachers, teaching assistants and children studying key stage 1 Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) aspect of the curriculm*.

Safety Scene is the UK’s only fully interactive “safety town” for primary school children aged between 5 – 7. Safety Scene makes learning about personal safety a fun and yet very realistic experience.

In addition, Safety Scene helps to create a link between young children and representatives of the safety agencies by creating a meeting point.

*PSHE is important in combating social exclusion and disaffection and can equip young people with the skills and attitudes needed to react positively to the pressures of modern life.

Insuring Safety Scene

Safety Scene carries it’s own public liability which covers all aspects of installation and breakdown. Once installed the promoter’s public liability insurance should be in place to cover for the duration of the hire period.

Costs to Hire Safety Scene

Initial Week:

The hire costs for Safety Scene for one week is £2,500 excluding VAT & transportation.

Additional Week:

For Local Authorities or promoters looking to hire Safety Scene for two weeks the charges are as one week hire + £1,500 for the second week (excluding VAT)

Subsequent Weeks:
Additional weeks are charged @ £500 per week. Up to a maximum of eight weeks.

Safety Scene Participating Agencies

Safety Scene has been designed to promote the safety and well being of children at Key Stage 1 level. It has also been successfully used with special needs schools. Safety Scene has been hosted by Local Authorities, Community Safety Partnerships and Children and Young Peoples Partnerships. Safety Scene is designed to accommodate and involve a number of agencies including:

  • Police
  • Fire and Rescue Service
  • School Crossing Patrol
  • Network Rail
  • RNLI – Royal National Lifeboat Institution
  • Environmental Health
  • Community Safety Wardens
  • Primary Care Trust
  • Local Road Safety Officer

In the past when some of these agencies are not able to attend a member staff has volunteered to take their place and answer questions that the children ask.