The CO Crew – spreading the word about carbon monoxide

The CO Crew are on a mission to protect our homes from carbon monoxide (CO)!

The CO Crew are recruiting new members to learn and share their knowledge on the dangers of CO! They take their innovative style and approach to learning to schools and homes up and down the country, helping us all to become more carbon monoxide aware. They teach us: how to stay safe, spot the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and what signs we should be looking for.
 
The CO Crew is a follow on from our hugely successful Safety Seymour scheme that has reached over 25,000 KS1 children and continues to grow. The crew target children in KS2 in Years 5 and 6. 

The CO Crew - Interactive Online Learning for schools is totally free and is designed to be a teacher led session. However, whilst we are refining the scheme, the sessions will be delivered by our trained Arts Workers either virtually or in person.

The scheme centres around Mimi and Loz; two members of The CO Crew who educate children in a fun and engaging way on the dangers of carbon monoxide and how to stay safe.

Please register your interest below and we will get in touch to discuss your session.


 

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Schools/Teachers

CO Crew - Interactive Online Learning for schools is totally free. The session is teacher led and can be tailored to last anything between 1 hour and 3 hours. The session focuses on educating children in a fun and engaging way on the dangers of carbon monoxide, what the symptoms are and how to stay safe. 

CO initiative for schools

Parents

Hopefully your child will have had a virtual visit or is due a visit from The CO Crew to their school or other organisation. The CO Crew are on a mission to educate the world on carbon monoxide (CO) and is starting at various schools up and down the country

 

CO initiative for parents

CO Safety competition

We’re looking for young artists to help us spread the word on the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO), the silent killer.

We are looking for entries from children aged between 5 and 11 in any form of media that are informative and accurate in warning of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisonin

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