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From the 4th to the 10th June it's Child Safety Week,
It's run by Child Accident Prevention Trust to raise awareness of the risks of child accidents and how they can be prevented. You can find out more at https://www.capt.org.uk/child-safety-week
The safety of people on and around the railway is our priority
Education is key, especially for young people. We have a range of resources available about electrification on the railway, level crossings and railway safety.
We've got great educational resources, developed with teachers and pupils. The materials match curriculum areas and deliver Ofsted teaching requirements. Click below to find out more about the resources available.
You can also find out about our current safety campaign #Bossingthecrossing
Primary school resources
Lesson plans and assembly presentations focussing on electrification and level crossings. Includes the Cross Safe song, videos and fun interactive activities.
Secondary school resources
Lesson plans and assembly presentations focussing on electrification and level crossings. Designed to help you run engaging classes and thought-provoking assemblies.
We've worked closely with teachers and students to develop resources to support the Rail Safety Community Challenge. This forms part of the WJEC Welsh Baccalaureate qualification framework.
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