Junior Road Safety Officers
Our Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSO) are responsible for spreading the message of safe travel. They take assemblies and organise competitions to raise the profile of walking, scooting, cycling and crossing the road safely.
Road Safety Competition
Here are the winners of our road safety competition. They had to design a Christmas card about being seen in the dark. Well done to everyone who took part and to those who won the competition.
Junior Road Safety Officers hold a KS2 Assembly
Regan and Aimee led a KS2 assembly for Road Safety week. It was all about the importance of driving slowly near schools. They also told pupils about the new competition.
Parking Ticket Competition Winners!
The Junior Road Safety Officers had a competition to design a parking ticket. The winning entries are on display in the school and we’re hoping to use them in a Junior Road Safety project after Easter.
Aimee and Regan attended the JRSO Celebration Event at County Hall in Durham. They listened to road safety poetry performed by Bernard Young and then worked with other schools to create their own poem. They both behaved impeccably and had a fantastic morning.
Design a mascot competition
These are the entries from the design a mascot competition. Evie-Mai was the winner so she has had her design turned into our new road safety mascot, Connie Copeland.