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Keeping Myself Safe for Young People Aged 4-9
Keeping Myself Safe for Young People aged 4-9

Personal Safety for Young People Aged 4-9

This new version of Keeping Myself Safe helps young people aged 4-9 learn about personal safety. Join Flip the Fly as he leads children on a journey through six animated adventures which highlight the following aspects of personal safety:

  • getting lost
  • safety in the home
  • safety outdoors
  • dealing with worries and troubles
  • respecting differences
  • making friends
  • bullying
  • internet safety

Keeping Myself Safe was produced in partnership with City of Edinburgh Council and supports children at Early and First levels of education (ages 4-9). The resource covers a wide range of experiences and outcomes associated with the area of Health and Wellbeing, and the pack contains:

  • high quality video animations
  • interactive pupil materials
  • a comprehensive teacher’s guide

The product is available on CD-ROM and runs on both PC and Apple Macintosh computers.

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Safety for Young People

Keeping Myself Safe

Personal Safety for Young People aged 10-14

 

Keeping Myself Safe explores personal safety issues for young people. Designed for learners at the upper stages of primary education, this program is based around 10 animated stories, each addressing a key aspect of personal safety. These short stories, narrated by young people, promote discussion and raise awareness of personal safety issues. Activities include problem solving, decision-making, identification and communication of feelings and personal responsibility. Keeping Myself Safe includes a Teacher’s Guide, a personal Safety Toolkit and an Interactive Case Book to support classroom work.

All 10 Keeping Myself Safe Movies are available to view online. For details on how to access these, please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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Safety for Teenagers

KEEPING MYSELF SAFE FOR TEENAGERSKeeping Myself Safe for Teenagers

Keeping Myself Safe for Teenagers explores personal safety issues that affect the lives of young people.

Produced by Learning Curve Software in partnership with Lothian and Borders Police and City of Edinburgh Council, the program is based around 10 scenarios which address key aspects of personal safety.

  • Safety at parties and nights out
  • Knife crime
  • Peer pressure and the use of drugs
  • Grooming
  • Using technology
  • Internet safety
  • Domestic violence
  • Teenage depression and suicide
  • Sexual abuse
  • Sexual assault

All 10 Keeping Myself Safe Movies are available to view online.  For details on how to access these, please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Drugs Education

Rachel Miller's Diary

A new approach to drugs education

Rachel Miller's DiaryRachel Miller’s Diary tells the story of a 15 year-old girl whose life is tragically cut short when she is involved in a road accident.

Rachel was a bright and sensible 15 year old girl with many friends, but as the story of the final week of her life unfolds, it becomes clear that Rachel had been using drugs for some time, and that drugs may have contributed to her death.

This powerful and moving fly-on-the wall documentary combines video diary footage made by Rachel in the week before her death, with interviews featuring Rachel’s family and close friends, who are still coming to terms with their loss.

The film is presented in 6 chapters, each focusing on different aspects of drugs education including alcohol, tobacco, cannabis and other recreational drugs.  Each chapter promotes discussion and raises awareness of drugs issues that affect the lives of young people.

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The Right Bite

Area: Healthy Eating/Enterprise rightbite_weblogo

Audience: Pupils aged 10 to 14

The Right Bite is an interactive computer game which helps pupils learn about the importance of healthy eating.

Players open a healthy eating restaurant in Duncastle – a town famous for its high number of fast food outlets and unhealthy citizens. Pupils apply their knowledge of diet and nutrition to make The Right Bite a successful business and change the eating habits of the people of Duncastle.

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