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We are a friendly school with a real family feel. We place great emphasis on knowing, caring for and supporting all our children and promote positive relationships based on praise and encouragement within a Christian ethos. Should you need information or policies contained on this website translated the school will be happy to do so.

Local Safety Tips

Local Safety 

At the Epiphany School, we believe it is important for children to be made aware of how to stay safe within the local area. 

 

Please use the following links and activities to promote safety. 

 

 

 

Water Safety

RNLI 

 

The RNLI have produced two 'Water Safety Passports' that provide children with the knowledge to be safe and have fun around water

 

The RNLI Water Safety Passport teaches children four key lessons:

  1. Stop and think.
  2. Stay together.
  3. Float.
  4. Call 999 or 112.

 

Water and Beach Safety

Please look at the links below as reminders of how to keep children safe during the summer around the sea, paddling pools, rivers, ponds etc. 

 

You will find various resources from the RNLI including Respect the Water.

https://www.respectthewater.com/

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/seasonal-advice/health-wellbeing/10-beach-safety-tips

THINK!

Road Safety

 

It’s vitally important to help shape children and young people’s understanding of and attitudes towards road safety, to help give them the best chance of keeping safe while they’re young and as they get older.

 

 

Useful websites for reference: 

https://www.think.gov.uk/

 

http://www.roadsafetyweek.org.uk/

 

http://brakezebras.org/

 

https://www.brake.org.uk/schools-communities/primary-schools

 

https://www.dorsetroadsafe.org.uk/media/59601/54406_dp-mv-safer_driving_september_2019_to-print_p1-36-optimised.pdf

 

Crossing roads: kids know best

This film is to teach children between ages 3 to 6 about road safety.

Safer journeys anthem

This film is to teach children between ages 3 to 6 about road safety.

Road Ready? Expect the Unexpected

This film is to teach children between ages 7 to 12 about road safety.

Railway Safety 

We encourage you to use the resources below to raise awareness of electrification on the railway, level crossings and railway safety.

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