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Emergencies and Safety - Age 5-7

Health and safety is one of the topics covered in PSHE. In this quiz written for KS1 age children in years 1 and 2, we look specifically at emergencies and what action to take if ever confronted by one.

To stay safe we all need to look after ourselves and follow the rules which protect us from accidents or from getting lost. It's nice to help others in trouble too, so if we face an emergency we know exactly what to do.

In this quiz we'll find out whether or not you know what to do in an emergency. Do you know where to get help if someone is in trouble, or what you should do if you feel unwell? I hope so, but if you don't yet then don't worry. This quiz will tell you exactly what you should do to keep yourself and others safe.

1.
If you feel unwell and want some medicine what should you do?
Call an ambulance
Tell an adult you feel unwell
Stay quiet
Help yourself to the medicine
If you feel unwell and think you need some medicine you should tell the adult who is looking after you. They will be able to see if you are okay and give you medicine if you need it. You should never help yourself to medicine, even if you know where it is
2.
If you are hungry and want your tea what should you do?
Ask an adult to make it for you
Find the biscuit tin
Go to the chip shop
Make it yourself
If you are hungry, tell an adult and they can make your meals. They might let you help with the cooking and this is fine but never start cooking without them as you could hurt yourself
3.
If your friend tells you they are in danger, what should you do?
Ignore them
Tell your other friends
Try and help them
Tell an adult
If your friend says they are in danger or are hurt, you should tell an adult quickly so they can help them. Do not try and help them yourself in case you end up hurt or in danger too
4.
If someone knocks on the door what should you do?
Shout through the letter box
Answer it
Ignore it - they will go away
Let an adult answer it
If someone knocks on your door, you should tell the adult in the house and let them open it, just in case it is a stranger
5.
Who can help you if there is a fire?
The dog
The teacher
The Fire Brigade
The doctor
If there is a fire you must get out of the area and move to somewhere safe if you can. You can then call the fire brigade using 999
6.
If you are out with a grown-up and want to go and look at something, what should you do?
Sneak off when they are not looking
Go and have a look
Ask the grown-up if you can go
Run there and back quickly
Always tell a grown-up where you are going and make sure it is okay with them first. If the grown-up can see you, it will help to keep you safe and help make sure you do not get lost
7.
If a stranger asks you to go somewhere with them, what should you do?
Ask if they have sweets
Go with them
Run away and hide
Go to the adult you are with
If someone you don’t know asks you to go with them, you should go to the adult you are with quickly and tell them. Never go with someone you do not know - even if they say they have something for you, like sweets
8.
If you need to ring for help, what information should you not give them?
Your name
Your shoe size
Your address
Your telephone number
If there is an emergency and you need to ring 999 for help you can give them your name, address of where you are and your telephone number. This information will help them to get help to you as fast as possible. You do not need to tell them all about you
9.
If there is an emergency, what number should you call for help?
666
222
999
444
If there is an emergency and an adult cannot call for help, you can call 999 and ask for help
10.
If someone is seriously hurt, who could help?
Paramedics and an ambulance
The dentist
Your friend
The dog
If someone has been seriously hurt and you need to get help, you can ring 999 and ask for an ambulance. They will send paramedics who are like doctors and nurses and can take the person to a hospital
Author:  Finola Waller

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