Presentation on theme: "Knock Knock 4CE Doorstep Safety Presentation and Lesson Designed for year 5/6 students Consumer Protection & Investigations (Trading Standards) Cheshire."— Presentation transcript:
Knock Knock 4CE Doorstep Safety Presentation and Lesson Designed for year 5/6 students Consumer Protection & Investigations (Trading Standards) Cheshire East Council
Aim of today’s lesson Aim of the lesson: To inform you about doorstep safety By the end of the lesson you should: Know what bogus callers are and what tricks they use. Know about doorstep safety Be able to recall the 3 steps to stay safe from bogus callers
Callers at the door and doorstep safety ‘When the door bell rings or you hear knocking at the door, who goes to answer it?’
Safety at the door Who comes to the door? What do they look like? What do they wear? Do people you don’t know come to the door? What do they want? How do you know they are telling the truth? How do you think you or your family can check that these people are telling the truth?
Some callers at the door….. What tricks do you think they could use to get into your home?
They may claim to :- Be hurt Be Thirsty Have lost a ball or toy Need help Need the toilet Feels unwell
THEY MAY CLAIM TO BE/FROM: The Police A salesperson Water, Gas or Electric Supplier The Council Charity Collector Repair / Builder / Trader
Callers at the door These people have a name. Does anyone know what it is? BOGUS CALLERS OR ROGUE TRADERS
Doorstep Safety What do you think people can do to stop these people tricking their way into homes?
Locked Make sure our doors are locked at all times
Look Always check through a window or door viewer to see if you know the person calling at the door
Get an Adult If you don’t know the person, ask an adult to answer the door.
All together now……… LOCKED LOOK GET AN ADULT
Role play We need 3 people to help us act out a role play, teacher can you please choose 3 volunteers?
Role play questions Do you think the caller was telling the truth and why? Should they have let the caller in? Is there anything else that the adult should do? Is there anything else the adult could have done to answer the door safely?
Knowledge check Throw the beanbag/ball to somebody in your class, when you catch the beanbag/ball can you answer the following question: What tricks do bogus callers use? What are 3 doorstep safety steps we should take when there is a caller at the door?
Activity Leaflets If you talk to the adults in your house about what you have learnt, and to grandparents or older neighbours you will have done your bit!