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CLIP 2466

Road safety

Road safety
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Key Info
  • Road safety
  • Duration: 00:42
  • Animated hedgehogs describe how to be safe in your local environment. A wise and safety aware hedgehog goes on a walk to the park. He sings about the everyday routes we know, the dangers we may meet along the way, and how we should be aware of these dangers. Features a journey through a town environment - shops, pavements, zebra crossings, a park, gates and roads. The hedgehogs are having fun while staying safe - 'Stop, Look, Listen, Live' is the theme of the animation.
  • Subject:

    PSHE

       Topic:

    Keeping Safe

  • Keywords: sound, environment, safety, hearing, plants, animals
Ideas for use in class
  • The most obvious use for this clip is to promote awareness of road safety, however it could be easily adapted when looking at local environments. Which plants and animals might we find in our local environment? Which human features might affect the lives of plants and animals existing within the environment? The sound from the clip could be played while pupils listen to the sounds they hear and try to recognise in which environment the clip is set.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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