Junior Firefighters

Our resources share key safety top tips as well as helping your Junior Firefighters with their school work. Ideal for home schooling or for fun, our activities will help you stay safer in your homes and beyond.
Learn with Firefighter James - Smoke Alarms

Firefighter James is part of our Education Team and he would like to tell you all about testing smoke alarms. Watch the video below and listen out for the challenge James give you.

This will help me to learn:

Subject: PSHE H39 - about hazards (including fire risks) that may cause harm, injury or risk in the home and what they can do to reduce risk and keep safe.

Make a firefighter helmet

Have a go at making your own paper mache firefighter helmet by following the how-to video below.

This will help me learn:

Subject: Art – to improve their mastery of art and design techniques by using a range of materials.

Make a cereal box fire engine

Follow our how-to video to make your very own fire engine. You can even add the Firefighter images and the Kent Fire and Rescue logo to your creation. Simply can click the beside the video, save them, print them off to cut out and stick on.

This will help me learn:

Subject: Art – to improve their mastery of art and design techniques by using a range of materials.

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Escape!

A fun-filled activity booklet to help you create an escape plan for your home. If you would like some more information, scroll down below to hear from our Education Officers, David and Anna, who have some great top tips!

This will help me learn:

Subject: PSHE – H39 about hazards (including fire risk) and what they can do to keep safe.

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How do I create an escape plan?

Our Education Officers, David and Anna, are here to share with you their top tips on planning your escape. Practising an escape plan with those you live with could save the day in an emergency.

This will help me learn:

Subject: PSHE – H39 about hazards (including fire risk) and what they can do to keep safe.