School resources

Supporting schools and primary school children to stay safe whilst swimming outdoors and navigating their online world this summer

Swim Safe and Norton Symantec have teamed together to help primary school children understand how to stay safe while swimming outdoors this summer and the importance of staying safe online.

Whether in the sea, a river or a lake, the skills needed to keep safe while swimming outdoors are different to those in an indoor pool, where most swimming lessons take place. So it is our priority to ensure children know how they can enjoy the water outdoors and stay safe.

Thanks to the new partnership with Norton Symantec, every primary school in England will receive a Swim Safe and Cyber Safety resource pack, which includes teaching materials and lesson plans to help children learn about enjoying the water safely, and best practices when navigating their online world.

If you are a teacher and interested in delivering a Swim Safe classroom session, you can request a copy of the Swim Safe resource pack. Within this toolkit, you will have access to a host of resources to deliver a fun-filled lesson on outdoor water safety, as well as information which can be shared with parents through notice boards, emails, newsletters or social media - however you choose.

You can access a copy of the Norton Symantec cyber safety resource pack at www.nortononlinesafety.com

Opportunity to win £50 John Lewis vouchers

Once you have downloaded the resources and delivered you lesson, we would love to hear what you think.

Please complete the survey below and you could be in with a chance of winning one of 50, £50 John Lewis vouchers. The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete. Good luck!

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SchoolSwimSafe

The survey will close Friday 21 July 2017. 50 entries will be selected at random and will be notified by the provided email address before Friday 28 July 2017. There is no cash alternative or substitute product. Only one voucher can be claimed by each entrant.