Child Safety Week 1 – 7 June 2015

20 years of Child Safety Week

WWith two decades under its belt, Child Safety Week has become an established fixture in the calendars of professionals working with children and families nationwide.

It is hosted by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) and aims to raise awareness of the childhood accidents that can cause serious injury and death, as well as the simple ways they can be prevented.

We do this by supporting professionals with a range of practical resources to help run local activities and promote safety messages in a fun and engaging way.

Teatime Terrors…

… is our theme for 2015. It’s a time of day when many families feel that demands on their time and attention are at their highest, and safety takes a back seat.

We’ll be highlighting teatime risks in the Child Safety Week ideas booklet to help you bring the theme to life and support families to take on the teatime terrors.

Sign up for Child Safety Week 2015 updates

In addition to the ideas booklet, we’re working on a range of free, downloadable resources to help you plan and deliver events and activities in your area. Get first dibs on these by completing our short sign up form.

Sign up

You can also sign up to our monthly CAPT News email and get regular advice and information to help you prevent serious childhood accidents.

More information about Child Safety Week 2015

If you’re looking for more information, you can still look around the 2014 website and download the 2014 resources. Alternatively you can email Amy.

Sponsoring Child Safety Week

Child Safety Week can support your business objectives through awareness raising, co-created content and engaging interactive activities. Email Katrina to find out how we can help.

Make a donation

Support Child Safety Week by making a donation to the Child Accident Prevention Trust

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