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2017/18

Meet our Junior Road Safety Officers.

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Pledge of Duty

On 27.10.17, we talked about our roles and responsibilities as Junior Road Safety Officers, and signed a pledge of duty to say we agree to our responsibilities.

 

We all agree that we need to;

  • Set a good example to others by always following the Green Cross Code and be a responsible road user.
  • Encourage others to take responsibility for their own safety when using the roads

October

October is walk to school month, the JRSOs are busy learning about the importance of walking to keep us healthy and how to stay safe on the roads.

 

On 4.10.17,  the JRSOs enjoyed learning the 'Green Cross Code' and how to stay safe whilst walking. We used our 'Highway Code' for children, to read about and discuss, the 'Green Cross Code' and how to safely cross the road in many different situations.
 

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This week 11.10.17, we discussed the benefits of walking to school. We enjoyed writing poems about walking to school which we be displaying on our JRSO board in the school hall.
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18.10.17 - To continue monitoring 'naughty parkers' around our school, this week we discussed the safe places for parents to park around our school. We began designing information leaflets to send home to parents informing them of where we would like them not to park and the safer alternatives available.
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As part of walk to school month the JRSO used tally charts to monitor how many children walked to school in one week. On Monday (23.10.17), the JRSO gave stickers and certificates to the children who walked to school in assembly. If children walked 3 times, they were given a sticker, if they walked 4 times they were given a certificate and if children walked 5 times they were given a certificate and sticker.

 

We were SO pleased to see so many children walking to school. Da iawn!

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