Looking for some home learning content?
We've got you covered.
Watch the video below about Firefighter Jet. A story written by our very own Community Safety Coordinator, Odette!
If you'd like to make it educational, you can follow our home learning guidance document here:
Can you help Green watch find the location of the incidents using the free what3words app? Download it now for free from your phone app store.
You need to be good at maths to be a firefighter! Can you work out the correct answers to help Firefighter Matt, Firefighter Jenny and Firefighter Tom make it through the day? Suitable for primary school aged children. Click here or on the image below to download the firefighter maths worksheet:
Tour of Cambridge fire station - Part One!
Join firefighters Jake, John and Sam for a tour of Cambridge fire station. We've put together a worksheet for you to fill out as you watch it. Can you get all the answers? Download the worksheet below and watch the video to find the answers:
Tour of Cambridge fire station - Part Two!
Join firefighter Paul and firefighter Phil as they explain what kit the fire engine carries to help them deal with road traffic collisions.
Pictures for children (and adults too!) to colour in
Click the pictures below to open up a printable PDF version. Colour them in and post them on our social media pages. We can't wait to see what they look like!
Hoses and ladders!
Looking for a fun game to play with the family? Here's our very own take on the game snakes and ladders - 'Hoses and Ladders'. All you need is a dice and some counters...
Find the fire!
Navigate through the maze to find the fire and collect safety messages along the way...
Spot the dangers near the water
See if you can spot the dangers and use your safety knowledge to make sure you have a great time every time you visit the beach or go near open water.
Salt Dough Firefighter!
Watch our step-by-step guide below and make your very own firefighter out of salt dough! All you need is salt, flour, water and some paint.
Share your creations with us on social media!
Create a COVID-19 time capsule
Create a record to look back on in future years. Click the link below, print out the pages, fill them out and keep them somewhere safe.