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    An introduction for children on the dangers of carbon monoxide

    You can choose to run the assembly yourself or if you’ve booked your Safety Seymour and CO Crew sessions, we can deliver your assembly on the morning of your classroom sessions.

    If you are interested in using our assembly in your school, please fill in your details below.

    Katie Haines Memorial Trust

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    Katie Haines (nee Samuel) was born on 31 January 1979 and married Richard Haines on 12 December 2009 in a fairy-tale wedding. On 18 February 2010, shortly after returning from honeymoon and before she’d a chance to enjoy married life, she died tragically of accidental Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning at her home. Richard was poisoned while trying to resuscitate her but fortunately survived. The Katie Haines Memorial Trust was founded to promote awareness of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide, and to prevent any other family from having to go through the pain of losing a loved one. The Trust recognises the importance of teaching children about the dangers of CO as this awareness will stay with them for life.

    Find out more about the work they do here

    Find out more about our other carbon monoxide education initiatives

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    Safety Seymour

    Safety Seymour is a cuddly caped crusader, a bear on a mission to educate children on how we can protect ourselves and our homes from carbon monoxide (CO)!Safety Seymour is a cuddly caped crusader, a bear on a mission to educate children on how we can protect ourselves and our homes from carbon monoxide (CO)!

     For years 2 and 3
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    The CO Crew

    The CO Crew are here to spread the word about the dangers of carbon monoxide. Looking at how to stay safe, the symptoms of poisoning and what signs we should be looking for.

     For years 5 and 6
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    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 poisoning

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