Victor The Safety Dragon


Working Together For The Safety of Our Children


About The Program

Program Outline

Safe Schools Guidelines    

Personal Safety and Injury Prevention

The Coordinator





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Est. 1989

Personal Safety and Injury Prevention

Personal safety and injury prevention are essential components of the healthy living strand. Education in these areas is critical for reducing children’s injuries. Personal safety topics include bullying, peer assault, child abuse, harassment, and violence in relationships. Injury prevention topics include bicycle safety, seasonal safety rules, sun protection, home safety, fire safety, seat belt use, and first aid. The expectations address the knowledge and skills needed to reduce safety risks at home, at school, and in the community.

However, knowledge alone is not enough; students require the necessary skills to respond appropriately to situation that threaten their personal safety and well-being. Living skills such as conflict resolution, assertiveness, resistance and refusal techniques, and decision making will help them respond to situations effectively.

Students will become familiar with the support available to them within the family as well as with the agencies and services that provide support and help within the community.

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