If a Life Education Educator and our mascot Healthy Harold came to visit your child’s school today they may have participated in the ‘Safety rules!’ session, as part of the Life Education Program.
The Life Education Program is a fun interactive learning experience that aims to empower children to make safer and healthier choices.
Working with one of our highly experienced educators, and our loveable mascot, Healthy Harold, they have enjoyed animated stories, engaged in hands-on activities, sung songs, and taken part in discussion and problem solving with their peers.
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The module they have completed is called Safety rules! It investigates safety in a range of situations and environments, people and places to go to for help, and how friends can care for and support each other.
Clearly aligned to the Australian Curriculum, this module helps children understand that a healthy lifestyle is an important step towards making positive healthy choices now and into the future.
The learning also continues in the classroom with their teacher, with the help of a range of interactive online resources, and a fun-filled student workbook.
We also encourage you to extend your child’s learning, by working with them to explore the activities and to start the conversations listed on these three downloadable posters.
This resource also includes four short interviews with Kidsafe Victoria’s Jason Chambers, and a range of recommended links to further information about the topics covered in the Safety rules! module. More information about the Life Education program can be found on this website.
Kidsafe Victoria’s Jason Chambers offers advice on how to talk to children about their personal safety.
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Jason Chambers talks about how to manage children’s expectations about sitting in the front seat of the car.
Jason Chambers offers advice on how to talk to children about the importance of wearing a helmet.
Jason Chambers talks about staying safe in the kitchen.
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