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Today is a little different. 

I want you to think about all the real-life superheroes that we have learnt about this week.

What do you need to be like to be a real life superhero?

 

Here are some words and I want you to think about what they mean.

Then think about whether they are words that match

a real life superhero like

a firefighter, a police officer, a doctor, a nurse and a paramedic.

I've sneaked a few in there hat might trick you!

 

brave    mean    big    helpful    kind   strong   cruel       

 

All our real-life superheroes this week work for the emergency services. There is a special number that we can ring if there is an emergency and we need help from one of them.

Do you know what the number is?

999

 

Here is a lovely video about calling for an ambulance... 

A lesson in calling 999

Meet six-year-old Esmae, who's here to remind everyone how - and when - to call 999.

You can choose your job for today... or do all of them if you want!

 

You could make a poster about calling 999

- why might you need to call 999, when should you call 999, how would you call 999? 

(remember to include some writing)

 

You could make a thank you card or write a message for  the Drs and Nurses

working at your GPs or Bassetlaw Hospital

You can email them a photo to save unnecessary journeys

contact@dbh.nhs.uk

(this was in the creative section for yesterday so you might have done this already)

 

Here are some activity sheets that you might like to do as well...

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