Category Archives: Child safety

New ideas for Road Safety Week role play (November 22nd-28th)

Children love road safety role play.  Here are a few new ideas. Hold my hand Talk about how children must always hold a grown-up’s hand when walking along the pavement, stopping at the kerb, and crossing the road. Give individual … Continue reading

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Free film to inspire November 5th role play

No, not a re-enactment of the Gunpowder Plot for four and five year olds, but a few ideas for November 5th – inspired role play that will greatly help young children grasp simple but vital messages about keeping safe around … Continue reading

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Nature deficit disorder

most children nowadays are not allowed to play outside unsupervised is having profound consequences not only for children’s physical health, but for their mental wellbeing too. Continue reading

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Beach and sea sense

Young children’s brains are hard-wired for narrative, and love a good story. ‘Morgan at the seaside’ is a delightful film for young children, telling the story of Morgan’s exciting day at the beach, when he meets the lifeguards and sees a lifeboat being launched and an exciting ‘rescue’. Continue reading

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Help keep children safe on the roads

Help keep children safe on the roads With the summer holidays fast approaching, it’s a good time to re-enforce key road safety messages for children. Child’s Eye Media has worked with the Department for Transport’s Think! Road Safety campaign to devise … Continue reading

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Are all strangers dangerous?

Are all strangers dangerous? Obviously not; however, because of the tricky dilemma we all face in finding a way to keep our children safe without making them fearful of everyone, some young children can grow up believing this. And this … Continue reading

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