Learning Essential Safety Skills at a Crucial Crew Print E-mail
OVER 850 school children from Hertford and Ware have been learning essential safety skills at a Crucial Crew event in at Morgans JMI School in Hertford.

The scheme, which was organised by Hertfordshire Constabulary, will see every year six primary school student in Hertford and Ware attend a series of sessions which are designed to teach them practical safety advice.

Topics covered in the sessions include:

  • Hertfordshire Constabulary – 999 calls
  • Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service – fire safety
  • First Capital Connect - safety on the railways
  • Extended schools co-ordinators
  • Crime Prosecution Service – the court system
  • UK Power Networks – electricity safety
  • Tesco - healthy eating
  • School nurses – smoking and peer pressure
  • Davian coaches - coach and bus safety
  • Let’s Cycle - cycling safety
Read the full artice on the Hertfordshire Constabulary website.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 August 2011 13:20
Bouquets for Crucial Crew Print E-mail

We like children to enjoy and learn at our Crucial Crew Scenarios. It gives us great satisfaction to hear from students and we present some of the recent testimonials that we have received. Follow the "Read more" link to show!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 November 2009 09:29
Safety Centre Alliance attends the Education Show Print E-mail

The Safety Centre Alliance attended the Education Show at the NEC between 4th and 6th March 2010. During the three days, many leaflets (see below) were handed out - along with literature from individual Centres around the UK.

Secretary for the SCA, Rob Hattersley (Safeside, Birmingham), said " We had a very successful three days at the NEC, gaining new supporters, promoting local centres to schools, networking with other agencies, and exploring sponsorship opportunities.

Thanks to Jan, Val, and Peter, from Hazard Alley (Milton Keynes), Dave from Gloucestershire Lifeskills, and Alex from Hertfordshire Crucial Crew, who gave up their time to staff the Stand along with myself. We felt it was very worthwhile."

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 March 2010 09:26
New Base for Youth Safety Centre Print E-mail

Plans to create a permanent home for an initiative giving safety education to children are progressing.

A site has been earmarked for the Crucial Crew initiative in Stevenage close to the round¬about at the junction of Gunnels Wood Road and Hitchin Road alongside the fire service training centre.

It is hoped to start on construction soon. Organisers aim to raise the £1.5m needed to pay for it through various means including sponsorship, grants, local councils, the National Lottery and fundraising.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 November 2009 09:45
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