Mini Police during Coronavirus pandemic
We will not be taking any more schools on for the year commencing September 2020-21.
We are designing adapted lessons this year which will include powerpoints, Pdf printables and Kahoot style quizzes.
These will be published across these pages as they become available.
About Mini Police
Mini police is a community cohesion project that has been running successfully in primary schools across Lincolnshire since September 2018.
It is a 14 lesson engagement programme delivered to primary-aged children, predominantly years five and six (ages 9-11) and includes whole school assembly talks covering kindness and safer strangers.
The programme runs for two years and has been delivered by local Police Community Officers to enable familiarity, local knowledge and confidence in the local policing teams. It has been designed around the concept of pupil voice so each school has a relevant and impactive experience.
Mini Police Lincolnshire has been aligned to the national Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education curriculum as it focuses on the children’s personal development, which helps children be more confident, resilient, independent and develop character. It also helps them to assess and challenge age appropriate risky situations.