Free educational resources

Looking for free educational resources to help keep children safe? Scroll down to search through our entire free catalogue. Or use the menu to skip to the safety topic or type of resource you are looking for.

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2024 Child Safety Week

All the resources you’ll need to support Child Safety Week 2024. Including an information pack, parent's pack, supporters logo and poster. Learn more about Child Safety Week and how you can get involved.

Burns and scalds

Want to help prevent burns and scalds to children? We have lots of free resources to help you create a talking point, run an engaging workshop or provide essential advice to the families you work with.

Button batteries

Button batteries, in particular big, powerful lithium coin cell batteries, can badly hurt or kill a small child if they swallow one and it gets stuck in their food pipe. Click the resources below to download and share or visit our button battery advice hub to learn more.


Choking usually tops parents’ fears when it comes to accidents. And rightly so. But knowing some simple steps puts you in the driving seat and lessens the worry.

Dog safety

The bond between your child and dog can bring fun and happiness to family life. But any dog can bite if they feel they have no other option so it's important to know what you can do to prevent it from happening.


It’s scary to think about but drowning doesn’t happen like it does in the movies. A drowning child doesn’t splash about or cry for help. They slip quietly under the water, often unnoticed. But, once you understand how and where drowning happens, there are things you can do to prevent it.


While most falls aren’t serious – active children often fall over – some falls can lead to death or long-term disability. So it’s important to learn what you can do to prevent serious falls.

Fire safety

Fire kills. But many of these tragedies could have been prevented. Learn what you can do to keep children safe.


Super strong magnets can rip through a child’s gut if they swallow them, causing life-threatening injuries. Find out more.


Suspected poisoning is one of the most common reasons for young children to be taken to A&E. Discover ways to reduce the risks and keep children safe with our free resources.

Road safety

Learn how to keep children safe on the roads with our road safety advice and resources. Includes articles, activity sheets, translated fact sheets and a session plan.

Strangulation and suffocation

It’s scary to think that something could stop your child breathing. Our resources on strangulation and suffocation help to minimise the risks.

Toy safety

Don't get caught out buying dangerous toys. Discover all you need to know about buying toys safely and risky toys to avoid.