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Teacher Resource Exchange for Schools including PSHE

Teachers Resource Exchange

Teachers Resource Exchange

They say.

The Teacher Resource Exchange (TRE) is a moderated database of resources and activities created by teachers. All resources on the TRE are checked by subject specialists to ensure they are of the highest possible quality.

Resources are free to use and you can also add your own resources to share with other teachers

Covering resources for teachers across all stages from Key Stage 1 – 4 and across the entire subject range not just PSHE.

For further information on Teacher Resource Exchange for Schools

Online Publications for Children, Schools and Families

The Online Publications for schools service links directly into the Department for Children, Schools and Families’ ordering hotline and distribution centre.

All users can choose to view or download the publications that are relevant to them. Registered users can order copies (paper-based, CDs, videos etc) and receive email alerts to the latest documents.

Introduction to Safety Scene for Primary Schools

Safety Scene is an interactive hands-on experience for children. Aimed at children, teachers, specialist staff, and classroom assistants studying key stage 1 Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE).

Safety Scene covers all aspects of safety in the curriculum and has been designed as an interactive experience for children and to assist staff in reaching their attainment targets.

“Pupils should be able to keep themselves safe in the home, at school, while travelling, at work, in play, in sport and in leisure. Safety education helps them to recognise potential risks.”

Learning outcomes: During their two-hour session the children will learn:

  • What to do in case of a fire
  • How to call the emergency services
  • What dangerous substances to look out for in the home
  • What dangerous hazards to look out for in the home
  • Awareness of strangers and personal safety
  • Awareness of medicines and how medicines should only by taken with an adult present
  • Road safety
  • And more depending on the local message that the promoter & safety agencies that are present, wishes to get across during the event

The project’s aim is for the children to take away important messages, which will contribute to their future safety and equip them to deal with potentially dangerous situations and emergencies.