The focus behind the Hartpury College annual Road Safety event was to raise awareness amongst our students on how to drive safely, sensibly and to change the attitude and behaviour of young drivers and their passengers. The principal of the day was also to work closely with the Road Safety Partnership and the Police Crime Commissioner to reinforce his priority of Safe and Social Driving.
Don't risk it on the roads is a road safety campaign set up by the student council after one of our students was hit by a motorbike whilst crossing the road by our school. His injuries were so serious he was air lifted to a London hospital for specialist treatment. The student council immediately decided it was time to campaign to the local council and point out the dangers faced by all who used the road on a daily basis. They were committed to making the roads in their local area safer for all who used them.
Abbey School pupils make a music video to encourage walking, cycling and scooting to school.
Pupils of Abbey School in conjunction with the Manchester rapper, RIO (Rio Nelson) and rock band, Strickland, have produced a fun, rock- rap music video that was entirely thought up, produced and features the pupils of Abbey School.
It is likely that around 28,000 people will be injured on roads in the Greater London Area this year, some 3000 of those will be killed or seriously injured. Our aim is to reduce these needless casualties by producing and promoting resources and publicity materials and by providing a forum to discuss road safety issues. We welcome your comments and feedback to this site. Please contact us with your ideas or suggestions. The London Road Safety Council initiated the voluntary accident prevention movement in Great Britain in 1916.
S.A.M.E Academy has been designed to educate, young, novice and the next generation of drivers around the importance of road safety. This innovative organisation aims to contribute dramatically to reducing the instances of road traffic accidents and driving related crimes in the UK, within young people (14-21 years old). As you may know, young drivers are the most at risk road user with more than 2 of every 5 deaths involving a young drive.
Wasted Lives is a FREE programme delivering key road safety messages to new and soon to be drivers across Lancashire. Delivered by road safety faciliators from both Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, the programme has been running since June 2008 and has educated over 33,500 16-25 year olds about the potential consequences of speeding, using your mobile phone, not wearing seatbelts and drugs and alcohol.
The Floow design the world's most advanced and lowest-cost telematics systems. Driver education and advice is delivered to all end user drivers through mobile phones after each journey, and then later through online web portals. The educational content is unique and relative to how the individual has driven. Content is direct and based upon scoring elements relating to safe driving. Details of scores are showcased to the user to encourage them to improve their driving behaviour and promote road safety.