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Presentations

We worked with Eureka for PlayFest

Community Impact presentations

Road Safety

Community Impact Presentations

Road Safety Traffic Tots- Foundation and KS1 Danger Detectives KS2
Anti-litter/Recycling Punch and the Litter Bug - Foundations and KS1 Doctor What and the Litter Bug- KS2

Traffic Tots for Preschool to Year 2 this presentation uses, puppets, stories, songs and rhymes to remind children and their parents about the importance of holding hands when using roads. It also includes information on wearing seat belts, safe places to cross, and using our senses to help us be safe when using roads with a grow-up.
Danger Detectives for Keystage two this presentation reminds children that they are responsible for their own safety near roads and further explores the themes described in Traffic Tots but with the emphasis on being independent and using their skills of detection to spot dangers on the road.

Home Safety

Designed alongside Road safety Professionals two age-specific presentations are available.

The Broken Toys An interactive show for the under 5’s and their grown-ups about being safe in the home. Help the toy doctor find out how the toys got broken and find out how to make sure the home is a safe place. Post-show resources available.

Anti Litter

Punch and the litterbug for foundation and key stage one sends out a simple but repetitive message about not dropping litter.
Doctor What and the Litterbug explores further the impact of dropping litter and includes more information about recycling.

Literacy/ Historical Presentations

Punch and Judy - DT and Holidays in the Past theme (see also linked workshop)
Victorian Teacher – Interactive classroom session
Storytelling – can be tailor made to your requirements

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