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Young Driver Safety KS4 & KS5

Staying safe behind the wheel involves learning how to stay in control of yourself as well as your vehicle. By creating this awareness in young people, “Braking Point” is able to make a positive difference to young drivers and passenger behaviour.

“A superb presentation" more information

Passenger Safety KS3

Injuries and deaths from road traffic collisions devastate lives. Not just those of the victims, but of their families and friends too. By changing the way young people behave as passengers in cars, “#YOLO” encourages students to recognise risks and take responsibility for their actions.

“Seatbelts are lifesavers” more information

Pedestrian Safety KS3

As young people start to use the roads independently, “Streetwise”, gives them the opportunity to explore risk, responsibility and consequences as a pedestrian.

“Clear and effective messages” more information

Pedestrian Road Safety KS2

A fun and interactive way to educate and entertain, pupils learn the necessary knowledge and skills to identify, understand and manage risk as a pedestrian.

“Fantastic fun presentation! Loved it!” more information

Substance Misuse KS3

Substance misuse causes misery to individuals, families and communities. Changing legislation and mixed messages in the media can lead young people into making dangerous decisions about their personal health and safety.

“Gave a realistic view of the impact of drugs” more information

Youth Arson KS3

Encouraging students to stay safe and understand risk is fundamental when addressing issues surrounding arson and anti-social behaviour.

“You could hear a pin drop at the end” more information

Safety in the Home KS1 & KS2

We know that common, unintended injuries can be predicted, managed and reduced. Storytelling, puppetry, comedy and song unite to give pupils the necessary skills to identify and manage risk correctly to reduce injuries within the home.

“Important messages shared in an interesting way” more information

Widening Participation KS3 & KS4

Raising achievement and developing aspirations are crucial to enabling all students to make the most of their opportunities in education.

“Don’t be afraid to do what you want to do.” more information

Transition and Independent Travel Year 6

Moving up to secondary school is a big step. Getting there safely, whether on foot, by bus or by cycling is fundamental to a student’s independence and maturity.

"It was perfectly pitched to engage year 6 pupils." more information

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