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    Safety Seymour – spreading the word about carbon monoxide

    So far Seymour has educated thousands of children and their families but Seymour’s work is by no means done! If you would like Safety Seymour to visit a school near you then please get in touch!

    Seymour’s visit to your school is totally FREE and is facilitated by trained arts workers and is for half a day. The session focuses on educating children in a fun and engaging way on the dangers of carbon monoxide, what the symptoms are and also how to stay carbon monoxide safe. This is done through various activities and involves several areas of the curriculum including the Fire of London, STEM, PSHE and the Human Body.

    We are also delighted to be able to provide a FREE carbon monoxide alarm for every child as well as various home based activities to help spread Seymour’s message further!

    If you would like Safety Seymour to visit your school then please get in touch using the form below.

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    We offer Seymour visits to your school and it is totally free. The session is facilitated by trained arts workers and is normally for half a day. The session focuses on educating children in a fun and engaging way on the dangers of carbon monoxide, what the symptoms are and also how to stay safe.

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    Parents

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

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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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