PSHE – PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMET – CITIZENSHIP – HEALTHY SCHOOLS – SAFE DECISIONS – CURRICULUM ENHANCEMENT – PUPIL WELL-BEING – PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY – INTERNET SAFETY
A visit to Warning Zone promotes an understanding of risk, safety and responsibility. It links directly with school’s commitment of assisting in the health and well-being of their pupils as they approach transition into secondary education.
We present plain and honest facts in a memorable and understandable way that aids school in the personal and social development of their pupils.
”You cover a whole PSHE area of the curriculum in one morning that would take us half a term to cover.”
-Barwell C of E Junior School, Hinckley & Bosworth.
Our new E-Safety Zone helps schools cover subjects which may be difficult to cover in the classroom. Our hands-on activities cover five key messages about keeping safe online.
About Your Visit
“Life skills center; Education by experience”. – Warning Zone is made up of eight, set piece scenarios, each incorporating realistic settings, interactive equipment and special effects.
Our e-Safety zone does not involve any technological equipment; rather, it takes the shape of a retro fair-ground. We teach pupils about behaviour and risks online by providing activities based upon old-fashioned games such as ‘hook-a-duck’ and ‘coconut shy’.
Schools book for an all-day visit to cover both sessions. Each session lasts for around two-hours with a 30-45 lunch break in between. After a briefing session, children work in small groups (average six) with a trained volunteer guide.
Post-visit resources are provided enabling follow-up work to continue in the classroom.
Warning Zone provides all pupils with a newly designed workbook which provides the opportunity for follow-up PSHE / Citizenship work after the visit. It has been developed to reflect the pupil’s experience at Warning Zone. Teachers’ notes are also provided.
“My favourite part of the trip was the fire zone because it was so informative and now I am more equipped to deal with any issues involving fire.”
-Pupil, Studfall Junior School (February 2016)