The content covered is suitable for 2-4 years and focuses on choices and consequences related to litter and graffiti. Meanwhile, Years 5 and 6 students can learn about the scenarios and consequences of knife crime.
These two activities are said to offer children the opportunity to acquire “essential knowledge that will enable them to make safer choices”.
The center is open year-round for visits to primary schools where children can access safety education that gives them key information to use throughout their lives.
Safety topics covered include personal safety, online safety, fire safety, home safety, carbon monoxide poisoning, rail safety, car safety, safe places to cross, road safety , bullying and theft in stores and early prevention of knife crime.
Schools in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and beyond can book a range of interactive and immersive experiences and training for children.
Children are divided into small groups for the session and tour, and swap activities after lunch that they can eat in a designated box lunch area.
As well as a tour of Hazard Alley and experiencing the new area, children can then integrate their learning with an in-class session designed to teach them how to stay safe online.
About Security Center
Established in 1992, the center runs a program of immersive security activities and is said to have spearheaded the development of a UK-wide network of security centres.
The team’s experience on site includes working with a range of partners including Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, Gas Safe, MK Council and Thames Valley Police.