Road Safety Week

This week is Road Safety Week at Cathedral School.

Road SafetyDuring assembly School Council reminded the school about ways to keep safe when crossing the road.

If you would like to read about the Highway Code for young road users please click on the link.

We also looked at activites available on the Think Education website including videos, activities, games, stories and information.

What are you tips for staying safe on the roads?

This week all children will be taking home activities to complete with a parent.

The Think! Education website also provides information for parents about how to help keep children safe on the road and home-link sheets to complete with your child. In addition you can order free road safety resources on the Department for Transport catalogue.

 

Road Safety Week

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  • I learnt a lot on the website about how to keep safe whilst you are on the road. I learnt that you must always listen to the road before you cross. I also learnt what the green cross code is and how you must achieve it like if there is no pavement always face the traffic ( walk on the right hand side of the road) I found this fact really useful for when i go to the country side I know how to keep safe on the road. It is also handy to know all the places that are safe to cross such as a Pelican, Toucan and Zebra crossing.

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  • Now I know that there are three crossings pelican,toucan and zebra crossing on this website you can learn about all safe crossings and learn how to help people to cross the world and you can also learn about the green cross code.

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  • I learnt that if you are crossing with someone younger than you, you should always hold their hand. As well as this, I learnt you should never cross the road if there is a red man or something is blocking your way like a bus.

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  • In the think! cross road safety reading site, I learnt that if you are a kid, you need to sit in a booster seat with your seat belt on at all times and never open your door when that door is next to the road.

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  • I learnt that when crossing the road you should never be on your phone texting or calling, I have also learnt that you should use zerbra crossing or pelican crossing.

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