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School Crossing Patrols

SCP Diamond Jubilee 2013Calling all Drivers – you can make life easier for people who are crossing with one of our Patrols.  Please drive carefully, slow down as you approach and be prepared to stop when the Patrol puts up the ‘STOP’ sign. Please be patient, Patrols are trained to wait until the last pedestrian has left the road and is on the pavement.  They will then thank you for your patience before returning to the kerb.

Gloucestershire’s School Crossing Patrols (lollipop ladies and men!) tur
n out in all weathers with a cheerful smile on their faces and a friendly wave to drivers.  So your care and consideration is really appreciated.

Parents are encouraged to ensure children always make use of their Patrol. To prepare for the time when they travel on their own, we want parents to set a good example themselves. Pedestrians are encouraged to listen to any instructions given by the Patrol; for everyone’s safety.

Young driver’s & passengers

Here are our young driver and passenger interventions we provide to help educate pupils across Gloucestershire. Wrecked ’Wrecked’ is a one hour workshop designed to reduce the harm caused by drink and drug driving. It is also known as ‘The...

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Skillzone promotional image

Imagine a life-size village with shops, a playground, a double decker bus, traffic lights, a train carriage and much more, all under one roof.  A place where your students can learn about staying safe in the most exciting ways. A...

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Bikeability Training

The Gloucestershire Road Safety Team offer every school age child over 9yrs the chance to do cycle training, delivered through the Bikeability scheme. The Bikeability scheme has had some great benefits. Click on the image below to find out more: Give youngsters the...

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FAQ – School

We intend taking pupils on a trip using a mini-bus.  What is the law about seatbelts in mini-buses and what advice would you give? Passengers sitting in the front seats, and any exposed seat, MUST use the seat belts that...

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