The Danger Squad have completed the Pilot month of delivering the learner programme to 1000 children in London and across England!!
It has been a huge success, and we've had some amazing pieces of feedback from kids & teachers & even been featured in Regional News & Newspapers.
Including BBC News, London Live, The Wright Stuff & BBC Tees!
The Danger Squad teaches Key Stage One Children about emergency understanding, awareness, preparedness and response in a fun, interactive and engaging way.
Using six unique yet relatable characters bursting with persnoality and their sniffer dog, they use classroom-based learning tools and visual aids which highlight potential dangers and emergency situations.
With recent attacks in London, across England and all over the world, understanding of Emergency Awareness and response is needed now more than ever for our young ones.
From car accidents and house fires, to finding weapons, the programme is based on real life experiences – and is designed to teach children to correctly respond to emergency situations, not shy away from the subject.
Krista Brown, founder of Persona and now creator & founder of The Danger Squad makes sure The Danger Squad doesn't use shock tactics, but it gently introduces children to some of the emergency situations that they or their peers could face – and how to respond to them in the correct way using safe steps and being aware of safe people, safe places and safe signs.
A huge thankyou to the trainers, the month was very busy to say the least dealing with both Persona & The Danger Squad, but we pulled through!
We will be selling our full series of Early Reader books from July on The Danger Squad website! Perfect for your child, family member or any little ones you know.
If you would like to refer The Danger Squad to a school or organisation so they can get involved, get in contact.