SUMMER TERM WEEK 11
I wonder how many of you are going to visit the seaside over the summer holidays? One of our favourite things to do whenever we can, is to explore the seafront. We love to collect pebbles, shells and dip into rock pools. But the sea and water also have the potential to be extremely dangerous which is why this week we are going to be thinking about how to stay safe at the beach or near water.
Most of the topic resources this week are from the RNLI's education unit. They come with a slide show and guidance on what conversations you could have with your children as you share the presentation. I hope you will be able to adapt them to use at home.
Please begin by watching this video: https://rnli.org/youth-education/education-resources/lower-primary/water-safety-passport-1
SCROLL TO BOTTOM OF THE PAGE FOR VIDEO. This link also gives further information about the Water Safety Passport Pack which you may find useful.
Here's some printable puzzles to keep you busy too: https://freeprintablepuzzles.co.uk/themes/under-the-sea/