Resource of the Week! 20th-27th July

This NEW notes page will showcase the best resources for effective disaster preparedness in schools ans educational establishments! The first resource is from card and highlights the need for a whistle and torch while demonstrating how these can be used in an emergency! A very simple and EFFECTIVE poster! This can be displayed around school where it will be read most my your students, such as in bathrooms, but also displayed prominently for parents to see. This is most effective when teaching about preparedness with your students and would also make a great lesson starter!

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Watch out for a new resource next week!

Last updated by Justin Sharpe Aug 21, 2008.

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