Child Safety Week Resources and Downloads
Download Child Safety Week Action Pack and Poster
Each year we produce an action pack full of ideas on running events and activities for Child Safety Week.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro, or completely new to Child Safety Week, you don’t have to worry about becoming a safety expert overnight, or spending weeks planning an event. We’ve also pulled together all the materials you need to interact with families, including printable activity sheets.
Some additional 2017 activity sheets can be downloaded here (including dot-to-dot activity)
More free downloads:
- Use these safety cards to highlight some of the risks of burns and scalds that you would find around the home Child-Safety-Week-Burns-Cards
- Help us take the terror out of this tea-time scene by spotting the hazards before they turn into nasty accidents. There are 10 in total. Can you spot them? Take-the-terror-out-of-tea-time
- Can you spot which ones are cleaning things and which are children’s paints or toys? Drinks-under-the-kitchen-sink-2pp
- For those planning to take part in CSW Safety-Heroes-Pledge
- For those heroes who have supported CSW Safety-Heroes-Certificate
- What colour flags show that it is safe to go swimming? Colouring in sheet for beach safety Staying safe at the beach
Shop for expert safety resources
Browse our CAPT shop for innovative and expert safety advice presented in engaging, colourful resources that will appeal to parents and carers. Available are leaflets, flyers, posters and more.
A series of 15 laminated session plans, with flashcards on the reverse, for you to run effortless educational sessions or mini-sessions with parents of babies and young children.
The Child Safety Week display pack is an easy way to create a colourful display that grabs the attention of parents and carers. Includes copies of each of our posters, flyers and leaflets and booklets, plus two Child Safety Week posters and action packs.
Info to use and share online:
Take a look at some of our video clips. These are great to kick-start your planning and help to get parents thinking and talking about different risks.
Social media toolkit
We would love you to help us share safety messages in the build up to and during Child Safety Week. We’ve tailored posts to use on either Facebook or Twitter but would love you to create your own too.
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