The Fire & Rescue NSW has a range of fire safety and educational programs that we deliver through schools.
These programs are tailored for varying key stages.
This site outlines each of our programs that are delivered through schools and those aimed specifically at children.
Materials for schools and teachers, such as lesson plans, worksheets and other resources are available on the For teachers section of the site.
Supportive materials for schools and teachers, such as lesson plans, worksheets and other resources are available for programs delivered by the Fire & Rescue NSW through schools and preschools.
- Pre ED teachers information
- Fire ED teachers information
- RescuED teachers information
Children are often fascinated with fire, but they rarely understand the consequences of playing with it. If you discover that your child is playing with fire there are vital steps that you can take towards stopping this behaviour.
- Intervention and Fire Awareness Program (IFAP)
Our school programs
The Fire & Rescue NSW encourages a local partnership amongst firefighters, teachers, students and parents to work to actively reduce the incidence and impact of fire and related traumas across NSW.
- Pre ED program overview
- Fire ED program overview
- RescuED program overview
- Intervention and Fire Awareness Program (IFAP) overview
FRNSW and schools
The importance of educating and protecting children from the dangers and trauma that can be caused by fire, especially fires in and around the home, is widely recognised.
Fire & Rescue NSW and schools
- Quick Links
- Online Payments
- Automatic Fire Alarms
- Media releases
- Retained recruitment
- Hoarding and Squalor Fire Safety
- Lodge fire safety concern
- Building fire safety
- Fire safety for business
- Smoke alarms
- Recovery - After the fire
- Community Fire Units
- Right to information
- Find a fire station
Bush and grass fire information
For information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact The NSW Rural Fire Service on 1800 679 737 or visit http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au
Stay up to date with the latest information about bush fires by checking www.rfs.nsw.gov.au (NSW Rural Fire Service website), listening to your local radio station or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.