The students from the primary school were involved in an activity which was developped in collaboration with The Local Police Department. The students were shown traffic signs for pedestrians and they had a conversation with two pollice officers on how to walk safely to school and what behaviour one should have when using the public transport. Afterwards, the police officers showed them the police car and what functions it has. They also played games like "The littel police officer", "I know how to protect myself" and "Perfect safety".
The students from the middle school were involved in an essay-writing contest. The theme of the essay was "Road safety". This competition was the result of our school's collaboration with The Romanian Association for Promoting Road Safety and Education. The winners of the competition received books and the possibility of sitting a Cambridge English exam. The certificates received by the winners can be seen in the attachment.
School no 51, District 2, Bucharest, is a public primary and lower-secondary school whose mission is to offer education based on three dimensions – formal, informal and inclusive education and which aims at having a graduate with complex education and instruction, a capacity of attending further education, flexibility and adaptation to the changes imposed by a dynamic, European society. School no 51has been developing a partnership with a duration of 2 years with the Local Police and the Association of Road Traffic Victims – Romania (AVAC), starting with the 2014/2015 school year.