Constable Care Child Safety Foundation is committed to reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community and that in line with WA Government recommendations, we have decided to cancel all school incursion and excursion bookings for our services up to Term Two, 2020 or when the WA Government recommends otherwise.
If you have a booking for the Constable Care, Theatrical Response Group, Safety School or City After Dark programs we will be in contact with you to reschedule your booking for a time later in the year.
Our apologies for any inconvenience this causes but I am sure you are more than aware of the necessity of safeguarding the school community and will understand our proactive stance in this matter.
For more information on how this affects your booking please select one of the options below.
Please note that Constable Care Child Safety Foundation offers many digital-based programs and resources kits that are free for your use.
Teacher Resource Kits
Each of our primary and secondary programs come with a full Teacher Resource Kit, complete with multiple lesson plans that align with WA curriculum.
Click here to find the Teacher Resource Kits for lower primary, upper primary and secondary school.
Click here for the Constable Care Safety School Teacher Resource Kit.
Click here for the City After Dark Resource Kit.
Arility is a free safety education app which brings road safety to life in the classroom. The app uses the power of augmented reality (AR) to deliver engaging safety messages on classroom iPads and is free for primary schools across Western Australia.
With 360 degree visuals and sound effects, children interact directly with AR characters to identify risks and make safe choices. Click here to learn more about Arility.
Your Call Films
Our Your Call program for uses interactive short films to teach secondary students about the consequences of drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, mental health and aggression.
These choose-your-own-ending films encourage students to make decisions that affect the outcome of the film and allow them to explore consequences in a safe environment. Your Call films also have full Teacher Resource Kits, complete with lesson plans.
Your Call Student Film Competition
Are you secondary students budding filmmakers? We're challenging all students aged 12-18 years to create a 3 minute short film on 'Street Safety'. They could win a share in a prize pack worth up to $6000! Click here for more information.
The Your Call Student Film Competition is run with Western Australia Police Force, Commissioner for Children and Young People WA and Lions WA.
We are also currently working on new digital resources to complement and enhance our programs. These resources will support schools whilst incursions and excursions are not possible due to COVID-19. Watch this space!
- David Gribble, CEO Constable Care Child Safety Foundation.