Year 4

Rules rule

Children will be looking at safety signs outside and know their importance. Laws will be explored and children will watch a police officer being interviewed. They will end the lesson by creating their own rules.

Year 4

Rules rule

Children will be looking at safety signs outside and know their importance. Laws will be explored and children will watch a police officer being interviewed. They will end the lesson by creating their own rules.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. By the end of this lesson, pupils will: - explore some examples of safety rules - identify who implements safety rules and why - understand why it is importance to following safety rules - make a list of some examples of who would use safety rules - take a scenario and create a set of safety rules.

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3 Questions

Q1.
Can you overload an extension lead?
Maybe if you run out of wall plug sockets
Correct answer: No absolutely not
Yes of course, that is what they are for
Q2.
Where is the safest place to charge your mobile phone?
Behind the cushions
Correct answer: On the bedside cabinet
Under your pillow
Q3.
What should you do if there is a fire in your home?
Correct answer: Get out, stay out and call 999
Put the fire out myself
Run around shouting FIRE FIRE!!!

3 Questions

Q1.
If I see a safety rule outside I must?
Correct answer: Follow the rule
Ignore it
Rip it down
Q2.
What are rules for?
So they can be broken
They are there to annoy us
Correct answer: They help protect and keep us safe
Q3.
At what age can children be locked up from?
Correct answer: 10 years old
13 years old
16 years old