The Clued-up Kids programme
Clued Up Kids is a multi-agency programme teaching primary school-aged children confidence and life skills to help them stay safe in a range of real-life scenarios.
The programme runs in primary schools in the Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough regions. The agencies involved include:
- Nelson Marlborough Health Public Health Service
- Tasman, Nelson and Marlborough councils
- Primary health organisations
- NZ Police
- Fire Emergency NZ
- Civil Defence
- New Zealand Red Cross
International Safe Communities (Marlborough)
A safe community is one where people can live, work and visit without fear, risk of harm or injury.
Perceptions of safety – real or perceived – affect how people feel and interact in their community. Community safety is not only about reducing and preventing injury and crime, it is about building strong, cohesive, vibrant, participatory communities.
In March 2014, Marlborough became the 332nd community worldwide and the 25th community in New Zealand to gain accreditation as an 'international safe community'. Read more about this on the Marlborough District Council website.
Page last updated: 28/09/2020