Posts tagged: Safety Scene

Safety Scene Evaluation Results

The following shows the statistics based on the question.

Teachers Evaluation – Rate Your Pupils Awareness of Road Safety AFTER the event

Includes:

  • numbers of votes
  • rating given
  • date
  • time
  • and where the evaluation took place
  • Evaluation Results

    Evaluation Results

    Teacher or Pupil Evaluation of Safety Scene Activities

    An example of how each activity could be rated by teachers or pupils.

    Please rate the following activities where 10 = Excellent & 1 = Poor

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    Please rate the following activities where 10 = Excellent & 1 = Poor

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    Evaluating Safety Activities – Before and After Example

    All the Safety Scene evaluations can be tailored to promoters exact criteria and be either a single response or multiple choices. This is an example of a straightforward single option pre and post event evaluation.

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    The results are collated over an agreed timescale and then the information is sent on to the promoter.

    Safety Scene PSHE links to Third Party Websites

    Where possible we have tried to grade websites via the PSHE ks1, 2 or 3 criteria, however, this is not always possible to do accurately.

    Staying up-to-date. Safety Scene does its best to make sure all websites that we link to are operational. We do this weekly using technology that tells us if a website is operational, after three failed visits we will take down the link to that website.

    If your link is changing and you still wish us to maintain our links to your website please send us an email indicating when the URL will change.

    Commercial Advertising on Safety Scene Website and UK Activities

    For companies that wish to advertise on the Safety Scene website please use either this contact form or call the office to discuss how best to advertise your safety products or services.

    There are also numerous opportunities to get your products or services included within Safety Activities.

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    Karen Murdoch-Hollies – Safety Officer – Crewe & Nantwich Borough Council

    The Local Authority and the Emergency Services are very conscious of the need to make people aware of what helps to maintain and enhance the quality of life for residents inside and outside their homes. This programme that we would hope to roll out throughout the Borough, is aimed at public awareness and accessibility.

    Introduction to Safety Scene for Special Schools

    Safety Scene activities for special schools and young people are identical to the facilities offered to primary school visits.

    The entire Safety Scene set is accessible throughout for people with physical disabilities and we can also supply pavement ramps (if required, the pavements are approximately 50mm high) and telephones with extra large keypads.

    We would however, suggest the following changes are made for a special schools visit. Either the numbers of young people attending a Safety Scene visit are reduced or that each activity (within Safety Scene) is lengthened in order for the young people to get the full benefit during their visit.

    For further information please see an Introduction to Safety Scene for Primary Schools

    The Free Zone

    The Children talking to Alex from Network Rail.

    Children talking about the danger of playing on the railway

    Children talking about the danger of playing on the railway

    The Emergency Telephone Network

    Practising making emergency phone calls to the (hidden operator).

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    emergency phone calls

    emergency phone calls

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    Learning to make emergency phone calls

    A one-to-one phone network is also available for children to practice in private should promoters wish.

    The Shop Fronts

    The Face of Safety Scene Set (the rooms are behind)

    South Street

    The Dog & Duck

    The Florist

    The Post Office

    The Pet Shop

    The Police Station

    The Police Station

    Meeting the police officer

    Meeting the police officer

    Police Safety Video

    Police Safety Video

    Children meeting the Police

    Children meeting the Police

    Just say no

    Just say no