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School education program

Safety Heroes is an educational program that we deliver to help teach primary school students about electricity and how to behave safely around electrical equipment.

Teaching resources

To assist teachers who are supporting us in delivering important safety messages around electricity and electrical equipment, we have developed the Safety Heroes program.

The program provides interactive teaching resources that are aligned to support the curriculum requirements of Queensland schools. The teaching resources align with the P-6 Australian Curriculum for Health and Physical Education, and key outcomes for Science, English, Mathematics and Drama.

Get involved in Electrical Safety Week 2024!

Our Safety Heroes program will be held during Electrical Safety Week 2 - 6 September 2024.

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN! To register or to ask a question about the program, please email or call 07 3910 1052 the Safety Heroes team.

Early bird prize!

To celebrate 10 years of our Safety Heroes education program, we have three (3) classroom sets of our popular simple circuit kits up for grabs.

For your chance to win, all you need to do is register for our free Safety Heroes teaching resources and prize pack before the end of Term 2. All registrations received by 4:00pm on Friday 21 June 2024 will automatically go in the draw.

Winning schools will be drawn at 5:00pm on Friday 21 June and notified within three (3) business days.


The Promotor is Ergon Energy Corporation Ltd and Energex Limited. Information on how to enter forms part of these conditions. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by these conditions for their entry to be valid. The competition period is from 9:00am Friday 7 June to 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.


Entry is open to Queensland primary schools who register for the Safety Heroes education program teaching resources and prize pack before the end of Term 2 (Friday 21 June 2024). Entries are to be made on behalf of the primary school by the principal or a teacher employed at the primary school.

School representatives who register for the Safety Heroes education program during the entry period will be automatically entered into the draw.

By registering for the Safety Heroes education program during the early bird entry period you acknowledge that you have read and accepted the terms and conditions.

Only one entry per school will be entered into the prize draw.

Entries open 9:00am Friday 7 June until 5:00pm Friday 21 June. To be eligible, registrations must be received by the Promoter, by 5:00pm (AEST) on Friday 21 June 2024.


The prize consists of one (1) of three (3) x classroom packs containing 10 simple circuit kits.  Each pack is valued at approx. $65.00.


All eligible entries will be entered into the online generator: Random.org. The generator will draw three (3) winners at random. Winners will be drawn at 5:00pm on Monday 21 October 2024.

Winners will be notified by email within three (3) business days of the draw. Each winner must acknowledge their notification and confirm delivery details to claim the prize pack by the end of Week 1 Term 3 (Friday 12 July). Any unclaimed prizes will be held for future promotions, to be nominated by the Promotor. The names of winning schools may be published on Ergon Energy Network and Energex websites and/or Facebook.


Prizes will be sent via Australia Post to the winner’s nominated school address. Prizes are not transferable or redeemable for cash.


We have contacted you about opportunities to receive free educational resources. We collected your name and contact details directly from you, your school reception, or public websites. You can opt-out if you do not want to know about future opportunities. Your contact information will not be provided to other people.

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T: (02) 9212 3888 E: primary@primarycommsgroup.com.au

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  1. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered or sustained (even if caused by negligence) as a result of accepting and/or using a prize or in relation to the competition, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
  2. Any prize supplied by a third-party supplier is subject to the terms and conditions of that third-party supplier. The Promoter is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered by any winner as a result of the conduct of any third party supplier or otherwise as a result of the winner accepting and/or using a prize (even if caused by negligence), except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law. Nothing in these conditions restricts, excludes or modifies or purports to restrict, exclude or modify any statutory consumer rights under any applicable law including the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
  3. Before the prize is awarded, the winner and any other person(s) sharing the prize with the winner may be required to sign an agreement to release the Promoter from any liability arising from the use or participation in the prize.
  4. Entrants consent for themselves to the Promoter using their name in the event that they are a winner in any social media for an unlimited period of time without remuneration for the purpose of promoting this competition (including any outcome).
  5. These conditions are governed by the laws of Queensland.
  6. The Promoter is Energy Queensland.

Resources for Prep to Year 6 students

You can view the Electrical Safety Week resources and download a copy:

Let's get coding!

In collaboration with Code Club Australia powered by the Telstra Foundation, we have created a Safety Heroes Scratch project targeted at Years 3 & 4 students.

What is scratch programming?

Scratch Programming is a block-based visual coding language used to teach coding to primary-aged students in a simple, fun way. It’s easily accessible and free to use on scratch.mit.edu.

Help your students be a coding Safety Hero!

Our Safety Heroes scratch project is aligned to the Digital Technologies curriculum. It’s designed to be delivered in a 45 minute lesson and will help students create an interactive quiz game about important electrical safety messages.

We have a beginner and advanced step-by-step lesson plan which you can select based on the skill level of your students:

Electricity & safety unit for Year 6 students

We are also offering a free electricity and safety unit for Year 6 classes. The free resources are designed to help teachers meet the Science Australian Curriculum for Year 6 and contain embedded interactive class activities, videos and teacher's notes.

The resources include a lesson book and four complementary interactive whiteboard lessons that engage students in learning about electricity and how to be safe around it.

You can view existing resources and download a copy:

  • Electricity & Safety Lesson book for Year 6 (PDF 1.7 mb)
  • Interactive whiteboard lessons for Year 6
    • Interactive whiteboard lesson 1
      • What is electricity
      • Electricity generation and transmission
      • Transportation of electricity
      • Simple electric circuits
    • Interactive whiteboard lesson 2
      • Electricity safety
    • Interactive whiteboard lesson 3
      • Conductors and insulators
      • Series and parallel circuits
      • Electricity energy investigation
      • Design task
      • Electrical consumption
    • Interactive whiteboard lesson 4 (optional)
      • What is energy?
      • Transforming energy.

If you would prefer to have them sent to you on a USB please email or call 07 3910 1052.

We welcome your feedback and encourage you to complete our online teacher survey. This helps us to continually develop our electricity teaching resources to meet your needs.