Hello and welcome to SkillZONE – the country’s newest safety education centre. Watch the video below to see how exciting our Gloucester facility is or you can check the dates available on our bookings page.

We are also recruiting volunteer guides to support our FREE Year 5 visits. Just click on the highlighted words to find out more.

About SkillZONE

SkillZONE is a state-of-the-art life size village. It is a fully interactive learning environment to teach people of all ages how to recognise dangerous situations and stay safe.

There are 16 zones, which will cover a range of scenarios including road, rail and water safety, an internet cafe, as well as opportunities to cover home and personal safety: Read more.

To download a pdf of SkillZONE’s latest brochure please click here.

Join in

Volunteer guides required – we are now recruiting volunteer guides to escort groups around the scenarios at the centre encouraging visitors to identify dangers and actions to reduce / avoid the risk. Read more

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Interactive safety centre offers free tours | 28.08.14

Over 1,000 Year 5 pupils in Gloucestershire have been taught life-saving safety tips since funded visits to the country’s newest safety centre, SkillZONE began in April. Pupils from St Paul’s Primary school learning about water safety…read more

Free trips for Year 5 | 05.08.14

Gloucestershire primary schools are being urged to take advantage of their free visit for Year 5 pupils (saving around £150 per class) by booking a trip when the new school term starts. The £35,000 Gloucestershire County Council funded initiative must be used by the end of March 2015. Gloucestersh…read more

Discover the excitement and learning that a trip to SkillZONE offers by watching the video above of a school group making decisions about safety. This was designed with adults in mind as it may spoil some of the surprises for young people who haven’t been.
See what Year 5 pupils from Longlevens Juniors then had to say about SkillZONE by watching the video above.