Drowning Prevention WeekUse the quick links below to help navigate the page. Registration for the FREE Resources. About DPW Our Objectives Our Resources How you could get involved. Families Stories DPW Tool Kit Template PR Social Media Posts Social Media Imagery Registration for the FREE Resources. Drowning Prevention Week Campaign Our annual Drowning Prevention Week Campaign will take place between the 14-24 June 2019. The campaign, created by the Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK) aims to reduce the number of drowning and non-fatal drowning incidences that occur in the UK every year, by showing people how to be safe and have fun near water. The campaign encourages schools, clubs, leisure centres and communities, to promote water safety education through events, lessons, games and activities, in a bid to make people more aware of the dangers of water. Supporting Drowning Prevention Week will help scores of children to learn about water safety. It could even save a child’s life. Our Objectives Increase the number of children receiving water safety education Reduce the number of drowning incidences Promote local and national drowning prevention projects and initiatives Our Resources We have produced a range of activities for schools and youth groups, ranging from classroom-based workshops to outdoor PE and orientation sessions, as well as a host of pool-based resources for leisure centres and swim schools. All are available to download FREE. Register HERE to get access to all the resources. How you could get involved Delivering water safety - Whether you want to use our resources to host an assembly at a local school, teach water safety at a community group, hold a stall at an event or simply share our social media messages, your involvement could make a real difference. Leisure activities - We have produced a range of activity plans and fun ideas for leisure centres and swimming pools to help them provide family fun and challenges that help to raise awareness of water safety, as well as promote the centre or club. Families Stories We thank all the families for allowing us to share their stories and helping us raise awareness and save lives. Cameron Lancaster’s Story Cameron Gosling’s Story Drowning Prevention Week Toolkit To download a copy of the Campaign Toolkit for DPW please click the button below. Click here to download the DPW Toolkit. PR To download the 2019 PR Template for Drowning Prevention Week, click here. Social Media Posts General Over 700 people drown in the UK and Ireland every year and many more suffer injury, some life-changing, through non-fatal drowning experiences. Keep your family safe this summer with the RLSS UK’s summer water safety messages bit.ly/SummerWaterSafety #STOPDROWNING Drowning is a leading cause of child accidental death. Stay safe with RLSS UK summer tips bit.ly/SummerWaterSafety #STOPDROWNING You are more likely to die from drowning than by being hit by a car or in a fire. Stay safe - bit.ly/SummerWaterSafety #STOPDROWNING Facebook We are proud to be supporting RLSS UK’s Drowning Prevention Week, running from 14 – 24 June 2019. #STOPDROWNING #DPW. To find out more visit www.rlss.org Over 700 people drown in the UK and Ireland every year and many more suffer injury, some life-changing, through non-fatal drowning experiences. We are supporting Drowning Prevention Week between the 14 – 24 June 2019. #STOPDROWNING #DPW. To find out how you can get involved visit – www.rlss.org Twitter We are supporting Drowning Prevention Week between the 14 – 24 June 2019 #STOPDROWNING #DPW. For more information visit – www.rlss.org Social Media Images General - I am supporting DPW General - We are supporting DPW Facebook Cover Photo - I am supporting DPW Facebook Cover Photo - We are supporting DPW Twitter Cover Photo - I am supporting Twitter Cover Photo - We are supporting About Delivering Water Safety Leisure Centres / Swimming Clubs Schools / Community Groups Delivering Water Safety There are so many ways to get involved with Drowning Prevention Week and help spread vital water safety messages. You could: Carry out water safety activities or lessons at a local school or a community group you are linked to Display posters at local venues Hold a stall at an event Share social media messages However you want to get involved, we have the resources for you. Click here to register your interest and download all our resources.