With further easing of Covid-19 restrictions, we are able to resume what we love doing most: face-to face child safety education.
Our engaging in-school performances for primary and secondary classes and our world-class Constable Care Safety School in Maylands are open for bookings again.
Constable Care Child Safety Foundation incursions deliver vital safety messages on a range of important issues through the safe medium of theatre.
We offer entertaining puppet shows for lower primary school students and powerful live performances for upper primary and secondary schools; all backed by teacher resource kits including lesson plans.
Some of the topics we cover include road safety, protective behaviours, basic first aid, online safety, bullying and cyberbullying, respectful relationships, substance abuse and mental health.
Performances are free to schools across WA, including regional and remote areas. Take a look a closer look at what is on offer:
We are so excited to be heading back into the school environment and will, of course, be adhering to the latest public health requirements around physical distancing and hygiene.
To book a school incursion please contact our Arts and Education Coordinator on 9272 0007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our state-of-the-art Safety School – WA’s most exciting excursion for primary school children – is open again!
A visit to the Safety School is a fun, hands-on way to learn about road, pedestrian, bike and other transport safety.
Children practice safety skills on bikes and on foot. They learn to negotiate transport risks in a realistic, urban setting which includes scale buildings and working infrastructure such as traffic lights, a rail platform and roundabout.
This exciting learning experience is for children aged 4 to 12 years and is linked to the WA curriculum.