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Grade 5-6

There are three 30 minute lessons for children in Grades 5 to 6. The children are reminded of key home fire safety messages from previous years with practical examples.

This is the last time that students receive the School Fire Education Program, and the messages are geared to their growing independence.

This includes discussing personal responsibility, peer pressure and fire safety.

Key messages include:

  • In an emergency
  • Staying safe
  • Home escape plans
  • Smoke alarms
  • Preventing fires at home
  • Consequences of fire
  • Personal judgement/ choices/ peer pressure
  • Safe practices.

Children in Grades 5 to 6 still require guidance and supervision from responsible adults to keep them safe from fire.

These resources are used and distributed in Grade 5 and 6 classrooms by the School Fire Education Instructors.

Resources for Grade 5-6

This is the last time that students receive the School Fire Education Program, and the messages are geared to their growing independence.
Children in Grades 5 to 6 still require guidance and supervision from responsible adults to keep them safe from fire.

Related Resources

Parents & Carers

You can reassure them that you have a plan and will take care of them if there is fire in the home or a bushfire in the area. 

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Teachers

This website includes information about the program you may find useful.

It also includes additional resources such as:

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Grade 5-6

Listed on this page are resources developed and sourced for young children that support them in the fire safety information that they...