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Junior Safety Officers 2022


What our role involves

Walk to School Week 16-20 May 2022

On Friday 13th March we read the May bulletin in assembly, telling everyone about the walk to school week. We have a new competition, for anyone who walks, scooter, cycles or takes part in park and stride for the whole of walk to school week, they will enter a raffle to win the sporting hamper. After assembly, the school council helped us to make posters to promote the walk to school week and to tell everyone about the 2022 Share the Road campaign.

Road Safety

Ava has designed this poster to remind parents and carers about the importance of careful, safe and considerate parking around the school building.


Junior Safety Officer Competitions

KS1 Competitions

Our first KS1 competition 'People Who Help Us' was a great success! We had a total of 15 entries. From all of the correct entries we randomly selected (with the help of Mrs Towey) 2 winners! Dominik and Daryl...well done!


KS2 Competitions

In February 2022 we launched our first KS2 competition' Internet Safety Quiz'. A total of 41 children took part and we are pleased to announce Nina and Josh are our winners after being randomly selected by Mr Bentley! 


Helmet competition linked to the March bulletin

Our Junior Safety Officers devised a whole school competition linked to their bulletin for March all about the safety of wearing a cycle helmet. With the help of Mr Bentley, they selected a KS1 winner, a lower KS2 winner and an upper KS2 winner. Thank you to all of the children who took part in the competition.

Teddy takes a walk

Our Junior Safety Officers read the 'Teddy takes a walk' story to Year 1. They explained to the children the importance of holding hands with an adult when walking along the pavement and when crossing roads. 

Teddy takes a walk

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