Junior Good Citizen is a multi-agency event aimed at equipping young people with the life skills and knowledge to cope in an emergency or a potentially dangerous situation, which could result in them becoming victims of crime and/or sustaining personal injuries.
The children interact with a number of simulated life-like scenarios during the event, which will raise their awareness of the contribution they can make in preventing crime and increasing their own safety.
The emphasis is on interaction and children are encouraged to deal with a variety of safety problems such as fire, road safety, anti-social behaviour, home safety and weapons awareness.
This annual event, normally in the summer term, is provided to primary schools across Wiltshire and Swindon and is targeted at Year 6 pupils.
Wiltshire and Swindon hold two separate Junior Good Citizen events during June and July, providing extra footfall for students across all geographical areas of the county:
If you or your school are interested in applying for Junior Good Citizen or would like further information on this, please contact: