Frances the Firefly - Fire Kills You Can Prevent It.
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This brightly illustrated and engaging story can be shared with KS1 children to teach them about the dangers of playing with matches. If I was a PAP and managing hundreds of buildings i would be concerned by now if we did not have the basics such as the SMS, mandatory occurance, resident engagement and emergency planning in place now and at least a template of our report which has been reviewed against the guidance. We then see the titular character, who was very young and wasn't able to glow as bright as the older fireflies. Parental Obliviousness: Cocky Roach's mother left a box of matches unattended, and doesn't notice that he stole them.
Interesting thoughts from Graham in this article and I agree that it would be useful for the BSR to provide a template and or a marking criteria so the industry is working to the same approach which would certainly benefit the people at the BSR checking the safety case reports, they would also be able to assess more buildings in a shorter space of time and bring with it improvements in the industry much faster. Narrator: Frances had been told how many times how dangerous matches could be, but Cocky had her under his spell. Everybody Lives: Given the level of destruction, it's a little surprising that not a single insect is said to have died in the fire. Distaff Counterpart: The film is very similar to Moonlighters, only with a female protagonist and more of a fairy-tale setting. Managing agents neither own the freehold or a leasehold interest in any part of the common parts of a building, or are under any obligation to repair and maintain any part of the common parts by virtue of being a party to a lease or where such an obligation is imposed by statute.Unless the BSR has a significant ammount of qualified people to assess safety cases, then I see this timescale as being very ambitious indeed, particulary when the safety cases coming through will be like a bag of "allsorts" some will be better than others!
Scare Factor: None, but it rises to Medium when the fire burns the kingdom, then drops to Low when the insects gather for an emergency meeting, as it reveals the fact that matches could destroy a large area or a home in a short amount of time, which can raise the scare factor.Variant: There was a 60 second remake released in the 2000s with some differences from the original long version, again narrated by Richard Briers. Urban Fantasy: The firefly kingdom is a fairy tale-like setting, but human matches play a role in the story, and the final scene shows Cocky Roach in a human town. Does anybody have Frances the Firefly book which was a free publication done by the Office of the Prime Minister back in 2004. By rejecting non-essential cookies, Reddit may still use certain cookies to ensure the proper functionality of our platform.
All the creatures in the insect kingdom have a special gift from Mother Nature and the insects agreed long ago that they would work together and build a wonderful land where they could live happily.
Sugar Apocalypse: Frances's accidental fire results in this, burning down the kingdom and injuring many insects. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Narrator: The pain was so bad, that Frances instantly dropped the match from her grasp and it fell to the ground.
The next morning when the fire was put out, the insects visit King Chrysalis, a butterfly at an emergency meeting. Resource 3' is the sheet of colour images that can be made into stickers or badges for the children to take away from the lesson as a reminder of their learning. I did find this online but I have a very basic printer that wouldn't do double sided (to save on paper) and the colours in the book would use up a lot of ink. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab .