The Schools community resilience project (SCRP) has been developed in partnership with local emergency services. The aim is to prepare students with an awareness of emergency planning so that they are more self-resilient within our community. The project has been devised as a pull of the shelf resource, which can be used when it suits you. It is full of resources, lesson plans, homework suggestions, research links, video clips, hoax 999 calls, games etc.
The Salvation Army expresses its faith through charitable action by working at the heart of communities across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We have 750 community churches and social centres where we offer friendship, practical help and support to some of the most disadvantaged people in our communities.
The Maritime Volunteer Service is a recognised national maritime training organisation and a UK registered charity with more than 25 units around the country providing training to nationally and internationally recognised standards, serving local communities especially in times of need or emergency and taking part in resilience exercises ashore and afloat.
Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government Sponsored Body - employing 1,900 staff across Wales with a budget of £180 million. We were formed in April 2013, largely taking over the functions of the Countryside Council for Wales, Forestry Commission Wales and the Environment Agency in Wales, as well as certain Welsh Government functions
The award aims to educate and train young people to assist before, during and after a crisis. It was developed to give young people in the UK an opportunity to learn what to do in an emergency situation, such as severe weather, a pandemic or long term powercut. The award is open to young people between the ages of 5 and 18.
Emergencies affect communities and children across the UK. Save the Children has global experience in supporting children in emergency contexts, and during 2016-2017 we have been working with children in the UK to, help build children’s resilience to disaster, realise their right to be heard in decisions made that affect them, help emergency planners and responders meet children and young people’s needs more effectively, and have more robust emergency plans in place
This engagement material has been produced by the Flood Resilience Engagement Advisers (FREA) network for Key Stage 2 (KS2) Children and Young People (C&YP) - 7 to 11 years old. It is designed to be used in schools, with youth organisations and at events to help C&YP be ‘flood ready’.