Posts tagged: Key Stage 3 (KS3)

Road Safety Education Materials

The website contains the following:

  • There are 25 lesson packs that will help you teach a range of road safety topics to children and teenagers of all ages.
  • The lesson packs are colour coded by key stage and age range, from early years to key stage 4.
  • Each lesson pack contains a lesson plan, links to road safety teaching resources, and activities; everything you need to plan and deliver effective road safety education.
  • These resources are not limited to classroom use and we hope that they will be used by anyone with responsibility for educating children and teenagers on road safety, including road safety officers, police and fire officers, out of school leaders, and parents.

    Applicable Early Years through Key Stage 1-4. Aimed at a teaching professionals.

    For further information Think Resource Centre

    Dangerous Substances

    Dangerous Substances

    Information sheets on Dangerous Substances with notes and activities for Key Stages 1, 2, 3&4 for teachers and suggested discussion points and pupil activities. Also includes a Risk Assessment sheet & a Symbols quiz

    Find out more about Dangerous Substances @

    TES Connect PSHE resources

    TES Connect

    TES Connect

    TES Connect PSHE resources section covers all areas of the PSHE curriculum and the search facility will enable you to filter information.

    By levels:

  • foundation
  • KS1
  • KS2
  • KS3
  • KS4
  • & also by type of resource:

  • tutorials
  • worksheets
  • fact sheets
  • games
  • guides
  • interactive white boards…
  • A huge range of PSHE resources for teachers at all levels visit the TES Connect Primary Teaching Resources and scroll down for the Resources search facility.

    How To Help Control Bleeding From A Hand Cut

    How To Help Control Bleeding From A Hand Cut
    Duration: 3.56 m

    Also lists the materials needed to help control bleeding from a cut hand and the preparations to take before hand.

    Cuts And Bruises:How To Help Control Bleeding From A Hand Cut

    How To Bandage An Elbow

    How To Bandage An Elbow.
    Duration 4.25 minutes

    Provides instructions on how to bandage an elbow and the materials needed.

    Bandages And Slings:How To Bandage An Elbow

    Part of the Video Jug series.

    How To Bandage A Hand

    How To Bandage A Hand
    Duration: 4.28 m

    Also covers the materials needed to bandage a hand.

    Bandages And Slings:How To Bandage A Hand

    More from the excellent Video Jug series of first aid videos.

    Interactive Road Safety with Streetscene

    Streetsense is a Scottish initiative and a very well thought out website ideal for parents and teachers to help educate children and young people about road safety.

    An assembly resource which can be used in conjunction with ‘Streetsense’ to build on the topics covered within the website. The topics covered are very similar to the Road Safety aspect of Safety Scene and is ideal material to use in conjunction with a Safety Scene visit.

    The material links to other Road Safety Scotland resources such as the Scottish Cycle Training Scheme and the Junior Road Safety Officer scheme.

    Over 4 different levels the interactive multimedia displays cover the most important aspects of road safety and information over a wide age range from primary KS1 to KS3, including:

  • Crossing between parked cars
  • How to traffic lights and pelican crossings
  • Walking
  • Skateboarding
  • Motorbike
  • Bus
  • Braking distances
  • And more…
  • The Scottish statistics for accidental deaths in children between 0-19 are:

  • Road traffic 82%
  • Drowning 11%
  • Drugs 7%
  • Also a few useful road safety links. For further information on Streetsense visit the website.

    Firework Safety Resources


    Contains information on the following:

  • The Firework Safety Code
  • Posters
  • Animal Welfare
  • For Retailers
  • For Firework Display Organisers
  • Further information on Firework Safety for Teachers is available for the following levels:

  • English & Welsh versions Key Stage 1
  • English & Welsh versions Key Stage 2
  • English & Welsh versions Key Stage 3
  • For further information visit the website

    Kidscape – help prevent bullying and child abuse

    Kidscape is an anti bullying and child abuse resource for parents and teachers.


    About Kidscape

    Kidscape is committed to keeping children safe from abuse. Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Kidscape believes that protecting children from harm is key.

    Kidscape works UK-wide to provide individuals and organisations with practical skills and resources necessary to keep children safe from harm. The Kidscape staff equips vulnerable children with practical non-threatening knowledge and skills in how to keep themselves safe and reduce the likelihood of future harm.
    Kidscape works with children and young people under the age of 16, their parents/carers, and those who work with them.

    Kidscape has an anti-bullying help line 08451 205 204 for parents of bullied children. Advisers are available at the following times:

  • Monday – Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
  • Wednesday – Friday: 10am to 4pm
  • Downloads available on their website include:

  • Bully Pack
  • Dealing with Bullying
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Anti Bullying Policy Guidelines
  • Training\ZAP Assertiveness
  • Surveys
  • Videos
  • Child Safety Pack
  • For further information visit the Kidscape website

    ChildLine – Need to Talk to Someone? Call ChildLine.



    Childline is for everyone but if you are a child or young person reading this. Childline is really for you and your mates to call if you are worried about something. Call 0800 1111 (no one will know but you).

    Because ChildLine is an 0800 number, calls are free and don’t show up on a BT or cable phone bill. Calls to ChildLine on 0800 1111 are currently free from all the existing networks – 3, BT Mobile, Fresh, O2, Orange, T Mobile, Virgin, Vodafone. We have been told that calls will not appear on any of these bills.

    You can talk to Childline about anything…

  • Bullying
  • Running away
  • School
  • Friends
  • Gangs
  • Cyber bullying
  • Puberty
  • Peer Pressure
  • Crime
  • Sex
  • Abuse
  • Cover my tracks
  • How you look
  • Pregnancy
  • Drugs
  • Families
  • Online safety
  • Alcohol
  • A useful resource for Key Stage 1 teachers to discuss with pupils as part of staying safe. For further details see the Childline website