Thank you for taking the time to share your Road Safety Week stories with us – we love to see them! Click the photos below to find read these educators' Road Safety Week stories.

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Bangor Central Integrated Primary School, County Down

Children at Bangor Central Integrated Primary School took part in Road Safety Week 2022. They used the free action pack to make posters showing parents where it is unsafe to park, and how they see communities where no one is killed or injured on roads.

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Ganneys Meadow Nursery School, Wirral

Children at Ganneys Meadow Nursery School had an introduction to road safety during Road Safety Week 2022. The children learnt about zebra crossings, lollipop people, and red and green crossing signals.

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Ravenfield Primary School, Rotherham

Children at Ravenfield Primary School took part in road safety lessons during Road Safety Week 2022. They talked about people who walk and cycle, and how we can make roads safer for everyone. The children made posters to share what they learnt.

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Caldicot School, Monmouthshire

During Road Safety Week 2019, year 7s at Caldicot School took part in a workshop run by Wincanton. They learned about the dangers and blind spots of lorries, and how they can stay safe when walking and cycling near roads.

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Royal High School, Bath

Royal High School Bath got involved in Road Safety Week 2019 to ensure that students knew how to keep themselves safe when out and about. They used the opportunity to discuss how safe they felt near the roads, using the selfie megaphones, and what needed to change to keep them safe. They displayed messages and infographics around school and highlighted what safety measures were most important to them.

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Dunton Green Primary School, Kent

PC Boyden from Kent Police Roads Policing Team visited Dunton Green Primary School during Road Safety Week and worked with every class to talk about important road safety messages. He spoke about the basics of how and where to cross a road safely, the importance of wearing a seat belt and how to stay safe when walking or cycling near roads.

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Hotham Primary School, London

Hotham Primary School in London understand the importance of road safety for their children. During Road Safety Week they talked about road safety and promoted important messages to parents. The children also brought in their scooters to learn how to ride safely near the roads.

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Croxby Primary School, Hull

During Road Safety Week 2021, Croxby Primary School used their free action pack to learn about road safety heroes and how how they help keep us safe. Croxby Primary School also taught the children how we can all be road safety heroes by using roads safely to protect ourself and others.

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Freshford Preschool, Somerset

Freshford Preschool took their children on a walk around the community during Road Safety Week 2022. On the walk, children looked out for road signs and safe places to cross roads, like zebra crossings.

To share what they learned with other pupils, the children helped to make a road safety board, showing road signs, instructions for crossing roads safely, and a high-vis vest.

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We love hearing about the activities you planned during Road Safety Week. To find out more about how you can share your story, email roadsafetyweek@brake.org.uk.