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Inquiry Questions

Do I know how to make a plan in an emergency?
Can I identify a risky situation?

Resources

Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum

The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum provides teachers the framework to teach children and young people to recognise abuse, talk to trusted adults and understand ways to keep themselves safe. All teachers that deliver the KS:CPC must complete the full day face to face training. During these unprecedented times we have included some activities to ensure that children and young people develop skills and  strategies in an emergency. We are currently in discussion about training for teachers.

If you are having difficulty accessing the resource please contact the CESA Learning Online team.

 

 

Focus Area 1 Topic 2 Risk Taking and Emergencies page 46

The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum provides teachers the framework to teach children and young people to recognise abuse, talk to trusted adults and understand ways to keep themselves safe. 

Link: Risk Taking and Emergencies

 

2.1 Risk-Taking page 46

This short novel provides young people the opportunity to identify the risks that the main character Seymour takes to survive. It also looks at different ways to deal with emergencies.

Klein, R (1989) Come back to show you I could fly, Puffin Books Victoria

 

2.1 Risk-Taking page 46

This short novel can be used to look at how the characters deal with risks.

Jennings, P (1995) Uncovered, Puffin Group

 

Focus Area 1 Topic 2 Risk Taking and Emergencies page 46

2.2 Planning for an emergency page 47

The file below provides students with proformas to reflect on what they might do in the event of an emergency in their life.  Resource courtesy of the SA Department for Education's Child Protection Curriculum website.

 

Download Activity resource 3 - Planning for emergencies