Welcome to The Safesider - our online and email news bulletin. Unless you're going to be checking this page every week, you might find it easier to follow us on Twitter, on Facebook, by RSS Reader or by email (sign up below). You will be notifed of new articles whichever system you choose.
Thanks for signing up. You can unsubscribe at any time using a link on all emails sent.
Could you become a volunteer visitor guide? Both Safeside Centres are looking for new volunteers to take small groups of children around our exciting interactive scenarios and teach them about a variety of safety issues.
Handsworth’s Red Hot Education Station has been revamped, improved and rebranded as ‘Safeside at Handsworth’ during the Autumn of 2012. The new centre builds on a reputation for effective fire safety education by adding new scenarios covering road, water, home and personal safety. These new areas will allow more comprehensive coverage of the PSHE curriculum at Key Stage 2.
Birmingham drama students are helping to throw the spotlight on safety issues for West Midlands secondary school pupils, as part of a link-up between Safeside and the Birmingham School of Acting.
It’s Road Safety week, and thousands of children across the West Midlands are now able to take part in an innovative workshop that teaches essential road safety skills. This is part of an action packed day at Safeside, the experiential safety centre run by West Midlands Fire Service in Birmingham’s Eastside regeneration zone.
Page 2 of 22