New research out today from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) shows how mobiles are putting children at risk of serious accidents. 1 in 4 parents (24%) admit their child has had an accident or near miss when they’ve been engrossed in their mobile phone. Over two-thirds (69%) of parents surveyed said they are distracted…
What can you do?
Big or small, there are lots of things you can do to take part in Child Safety Week and help us reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in preventable accidents. Getting involved is easy and involves three simple steps:
1. Sign up
Sign up to get access to free Child Safety Week downloadable resources. It also means we can send you the latest on Child Safety Week and keep you up to date with news on child accident prevention.Sign up
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2. Download the Action Pack
The Child Safety Week Action Pack contains all the practical information you’ll need to help you plan and run activities, including competitions and event ideas, tips on working in partnership with other organisations, and information on how to engage effectively with families.Download the 2016 Action Pack
3. Order resources
We’ve picked out essential CAPT publications and products, sorted by the type you may be looking for, that will support you to run your events and activities. Whether you need posters for an impactful display, easy-to-read flyers or booklets, or a DVD pack to help you make light work of running groups, there’s something for every need and every budget.
Finally, don’t forget!
This year we have started putting some pins on Pinterest for inspiration. Please feel free to do the same.