We offer a wide range of educational talks, presentations, and activities for schools to use. For more information or to arrange you can complete our request form or contact our headquarters.

In addition to delivering talks we also run some youth courses. Read about them on our Youth Courses page.

Fire Safety – All ages

Our fire safety talks have been designed to have maximum impact and include a variety of different learning styles such as verbal, written and kinesthetic.

We have different presentations for different age ranges such as ‘Get out, stay out, get the fire service out’ for preschool children to ‘consequences of anti-social behaviour and deliberate fire setting’ for older children.

Road Safety – Ages 15 to 18

Our road safety talks are available for secondary schools and have a main target audience of 15-18 years as this is the age that most people will start driving lessons and become drivers. Our road safety messages include the fatal 5 which are, Speeding, use of mobile phone whilst driving, Drug and alcohol use whilst driving, not wearing a seatbelt and careless driving.

Watch our promo video for our new educational presentation called Fatal 5 A Pre-Driver Workshop

Water Safety – All ages

Our water safety talks are available for students of all ages and can be bespoke for individual water risks in your area, other agencies such as the Royal National Lifeboat Institute and the Royal Life Saving Society could be involved to assist with water safety delivery

Bonfire night & Fireworks – Ages 4 to 11

Our bonfire night and fireworks safety talks are usually delivered to primary school schools and cover the use of sparklers and precautions around bonfires and fireworks.  Lots of schools want input from us just before bonfire night so it is best to book early to avoid disappointment.

Arson and Hoax calls – Ages 12 – 18

We offer a specific arson and hoax calls presentation made for small groups that emphasizes on interactivity, this has been designed to raises awareness of the consequences of fire and peer pressure.

Request a talk

You an use our school talk request form to request a talk.

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