Crucial Crew delivers safety lessons for Harlow primary school pupils

Communities / Wed 18th Mar 2015 pm31 05:55pm

Crucial CrewCRUCIAL Crew, the annual event organised by Harlow Council and designed to put local schoolchildren’s safety skills to the test, returned this month.

From 3 March-13 March 2015, the Latton Bush Centre played host to around 930 Year 6 pupils from 29 primary schools in Harlow. A number of agencies made valuable contributions to the interactive event and delivered a number of scenarios focusing on areas including healthy relationships, internet safety, fire safety, building site safety, road safety, first aid and CPR, the dangers of smoking and safety around large goods vehicles.

The different scenarios were delivered by the following organisations: Safer Places (healthy relationships), Essex Police (internet safety), Essex Fire & Rescue Service (fire safety), Kier Harlow Ltd (building site safety), Essex County Council (road safety), East of England Ambulance Service (first aid and CPR), Anglian Community Enterprise (dangers of smoking) and Sainsbury’s (safety around large goods vehicles). Staff from Harlow Council supported the event by helping deliver the scenarios.

The event was organised by Harlow Council and this year it was sponsored by Harlow Education Consortium, Safer Harlow Partnership, High Sheriff’s Award Scheme (Essex Community Foundation) and Kier Harlow Limited.

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