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- Education Professionals
This programme provides health and safety guidance on life inside schools, with advice ranging from training staff who pick up heavy objects to preventing pupils from racing through corridors.
The programme is an ideal resource for teaching health and safety in schools. It is presented by Juliet Barratt, the head of education at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. Barratt also sits on the DfES / Home Office consultative committee for school safety.
We visit Langley School in Solihull, where staff and pupils illustrate hazards and how to avoid them, while giving their own perspectives and tips on school safety.
Part of the series: Assemblies