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Safe Haven

Earlier this year, pupils at the Priory City of Lincoln Academy were challenged to come up with ideas about how their schools could be transformed into evacuation centres.  Now the council's emergency planning team has announced a team of four from Lincoln have won the 'Safe Haven' award.

Laura Edlington, emergency planning officer, says:
“We are delighted to present this award to Chloe, Leah, Lucy and Beth.  They came up with some brilliant ideas for how their school could be used in an emergency and worked well as a team.
"We would also like to thank all of the students that took part in this project, and the teachers and school for their support.
"The Safe Haven project was recently recognised nationally as the Emergency Planning Initiative of the year, and we are keen to work with more schools to raise awareness of emergencies and increase the resilience of communities."

Dave Hackett, head of geography and specialist leader of education at the Priory City of Lincoln Academy, says:

"This project has captured the imagination of our students and they have thoroughly enjoyed coming up with their own plans.

"It has been so successful that we have planned Safe Haven into our syllabus for next year’s Geography lessons, and I would recommend the project to other schools."

 

For more information on the Safe Haven Project, please visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/lrf call 01522 582220, or email jems@lincoln.fire-uk.org

 


 

    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln