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Project Firestorm for Years 5 and 6

Project Firestorm (Stage 3) is a bushfire education program for students in Years 5 and 6. The program aligns with the Stage 3 Geography curriculum. Students will learn about the causes and impacts of bushfire and how to prepare for bushfire at home and in their communities. A product of the State…


Triple Zero Kids Challenge

The Triple Zero Kids Challenge (TZKC) is for students in Kindergarten and Primary School. The TZKC aligns with the outcomes in the Australian curriculum for PDHPE, English, Science and Technology, and HSIE. Students will learn important safety messages and what happens when you call Triple Zero (000).


Emergency Helpers

Emergency Helpers is for children aged 3 to 5 years who are in early childhood settings. The digital program aims to prepare children for emergency situations, such as dialling Triple Zero (000). Children will learn how to identify an emergency services worker, the number to call in an emergency, and the importance…


Museum of Fire

Organise a school excursion at the Museum of Fire. The Museum offers a fun and interactive environment for children learning about fire, firefighters, and fire safety. Expert staff guide students through learning programs that align with the Australian curriculum. The Museum of Fire is located at 1 Museum Drive, Penrith, NSW. For…


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2021 Resilient Australia National Award Winner!

FRNSW’s fire safety education programs for children were awarded the 2021 NSW Resilient Australia Government Award and the 2021 Resilient Australia National Award. The programs were praised for enhancing awareness, increasing preparedness, and building resilience in children. For more information, go to Educator Resources > Organise a Program.