Station Open Days
Children and Young people are especially welcome at our fire station open days across the county where they can find out more about staying safe and what it’s like to be a firefighter.
Year 2 Visits
Our firefighters and support staff work in partnership to ensure that all Year Two children in Bedfordshire receive fire safety advice as part of their ‘lifelong learning’ within Key Stages 1 and 2. Year Two visits are incorporated in the Station Plans for each of our 14 stations across Bedfordshire. By teaching children these important messages at an early age, we hope they will gain the skills and knowledge to become safer adults.
Visits are made to schools by Firefighters and our Prevention Team who provide information on Fire safety, Smoke alarms, Matches and lighters, Escape routes and Stop Drop and Roll. We encourage the children to take these fire safety messages home with them, teaching their parents and carers about smoke alarms and fire safety and spreading the word through their communities.
To arrange a school visit please contact your local Community Fire Station.
Our support staff and other partner agencies deliver ‘Safety Squad’ educational inputs to Years 5 and 6 pupils in Luton raise awareness about the dangers of fire and the crime of arson. The Safety Squad deliver assemblies to year 5 and 6 pupils across the town on the subjects of fire safety, road safety, personal safety and drug and alcohol awareness.
To book a Safety Squad Session at your school, please contact 01582 875211 or email email@example.com . We regret that we are unable to accept bookings for schools outside Luton.
Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service run a Fire Cadet scheme working with young people aged 16-18, like firefighters the Fire Cadets play an important role in our community. Find out more about our Fire Cadets here.