Secondary School Resources

Our educational resources have been designed and developed to be delivered directly in the classroom, facilitated by teachers.  Our videos are supported either by a lesson plan or guidance notes and take approximately 15-20 minutes to deliver and feature some of our Training Officers and Educational Officers.

Bonfires, Fireworks and Anti-Social Behaviour 

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Key Stage 3 Secondary School Presentation: please note that this resource is centred around a short age-appropriate film based on an actual incident that occurred over the bonfire and Halloween period and is suitable for children / young people aged 10 and above.

Bonfires, Fireworks and Anti-Social Behaviour Presentation (PowerPoint)

Bonfires, Fireworks and Anti-Social Behaviour Lesson Plan (Word, 22.7MB)

If you have any questions or would like to provide any feedback on our resources, please  fill in our feedback form and email preventioneducation@manchesterfire.gov.uk

Bury Safety Centre

We are also now open for bookings to the Safety Centre, where you can bring school groups as an interactive, educational trip.  Visits to our Centre are free, we’re open throughout the year, to all schools and not only offers a curriculum enhancing, immersive and interactive learning environment that supports the work of schools and emergency services, but also shows visitors how to protect themselves against fire, other dangers and what to do in an emergency.

Find out more on our Bury Safety Centre website (opens in new window)