Welcome to Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service’s education area
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service aims to make Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes the safest place in England in which to live, work and travel.
In order to achieve this, the service delivers educational packages, including lessons and resources free of charge to schools and community groups. We believe that prevention through education is of great importance and is a fantastic tool to engage with our communities.
We work in partnership with many organisations, one of which is the Safety Centre in Milton Keynes, who provide an excellent educational service to children and young people throughout Buckinghamshire.
For lessons and information of the Great Fire of London, People who help us and Emergency services topics please contact www.safetycentre.co.uk or 01908 263009.
Early Years and Key stage 1
Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Fire & Rescue Service have Learning boxes for Early Years and Key stage 1 settings to borrow free of charge. Learning boxes contain a number of interactive resources, games and books about the Fire Service and are available to borrow from your nearest Fire Station - click here for more information.
Key stage 2
The main priority for Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service is the Year 5 Fire safety lesson and stations deliver this to Year 5 pupils in local primary schools - click here for lesson resources.
If you would like to arrange an educational activity for a KS2 setting in Buckinghamshire please contact the Central Admin Team: firstname.lastname@example.org 01296 744477.
For Milton Keynes, please contact the MK Admin team: MiltonKeynesAdmin@bucksfire.gov.uk 01908 236413.
Key stage 3
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service offer a Key stage 3 Fire, Road and Water safety Assembly, which we deliver to Year 7 pupils in their school - click here for assembly resources.
If you would like to arrange a Year 7 assembly please contact Oliver Franklin, Community Safety Officer: email@example.com 01296 744684.
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
Due to the often complex and varying needs of children and young people, these lessons are planned and provided on an individual basis.We provide tailored lessons for children in SEND settings and Pupil Referral Units. Click here for an example presentation.
If you would like to arrange an educational activity for a SEND or PRU setting please contact Oliver Franklin, Community Safety Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org 01296 744684.
Children's and teacher's feedback
Click here to see what children and teachers think of our educational lessons.