School Visit

A visit to Warning Zone covers many areas of the PSHE curriculum.

Warning Zone is an educational trip that you don’t want your pupils to miss. Our core programme for Year 6 provides teachers with a unique PSHE and Citizenship resource which will have a real impact and something you can’t teach in the classroom. A visit to Warning Zone promotes an understanding of risk, safety and responsibility. It links directly with your school’s commitment of assisting in the health and well-being of your pupils as they approach their transition into secondary education.

A visit to Warning Zone helps cover the following:

  • Personal and social development
  • Citizenship
  • Healthy schools
  • Safe decisions
  • Curriculum enhancement
  • Pupil well-being
  • Personal responsibility
  • Internet safety

We present plain and honest facts in a memorable and understandable way that aids schools in the personal and social development of their pupils. Our E-Safety Zone helps schools cover subjects which may be difficult in a classroom environment. Our hands-on activities cover multiple key messages about keeping safe online and help prompt discussions.

Schools book for an all-day visit to cover both the Safety Zones and the E-Safety Zone. Each session lasts for around two hours with a 30-45 minute lunch break. Children work in small groups with a trained volunteer guide.

Post visit resources are provided enabling follow-up work to continue in the classroom. We provide all pupils with a newly designed workbook which provides the opportunity for follow-up work. It has been developed to reflect the pupils’ experience at Warning Zone and to help consolidate learning.