YOUNGSTERS have been learning how to spot potential dangers and deal with them.
The special Danger Rangers events have been organised for 2,000 Year 6 children across Kirklees and are run by the Kirklees Child Safety Group.
The group has been running for about 15 years and teaches children about dangers in their daily lives as part of National Child Safety Week.
The aim is to reduce accidents on roads, in the home and while playing.
The project is held at the National Children's Centre on New North Parade in Huddersfield town centre.
Centre manager Mike France - who is also the chairman of Kirklees Child Safety Group - said: "Danger Rangers aims to teach young people in a fun and effective way how to tackle personal dangers they may face in their everyday lives.
"Agencies in the project give staff hours to support the reduction of child accidents.
"The safety group has no funding.
"We apply for small grants each year to buy workbooks for the children.
"We have always relied on the goodwill of people who have helped us with small grants or other donations."
Organisations that make up the safety group include the police and fire services, Kirklees Council, the Kirklees and Calderdale NHS Trust, the school nursing service and family support organisations SureStart and Home Start.