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Grade 4 Advanced German Group at H.I.S. is planning an initiative to promote the importance of making yourself visible in traffic. After they researched about the main factors of accidents in Heidelberg 2014 they found out that most of the accidents with bikes and pedestrians involved had to do with the fact that car and bus drivers couldn't see them early enough to prevent an accident. Students then researched about ways to make yourself visible and how to help young children understand that. Now they are working on different ways to promote this.

Each school year begins with special meetings organized for children where policemen come. There pupils improve their knowledge of how to stay safe on the way to school. They also practise their abilities going on short trips to the nearest crossing with their form masters. Furthermore, our school takes part in many competitions organized by the Police and WORD (Voivodeship Training Centre For Drivers) as well as holds several events concerning road safety, in which we engage as many pupils as possible. All that gives children a chance to compete in various means of expression.

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".

Monday, 8 February, 2016 - 10:00 to 12:00
Hotel Bloom, rue Royale 250 – 1210
Belgium

Preschooler safe on the road


 


Lublin is a city with a high traffic. Our kindergarten is situated in the city center, near very busy streets and intersections. We want to prepare our preschoolers to move safely in traffic. We want to equip pupils with the skills and knowledge of the consequences of their own actions, sensitize on the need to care for their own safety and the ability to cope with difficult situations.


 


No sentido de promover e estimular uma cidadania rodoviária ativa, assente no despertar da consciência cívica para as questões de segurança rodoviária, o Agrupamento de Escolas de Reguengos de Monsaraz, tomou como orientação (de per si ou em parceria), a procura de entidades que, de uma forma organizada e profissional ofereçam acções de sensibilização e formação para a problemática, aceitando os respectivos convites de participação, e envolvendo desta forma os seus alunos, professores, pais e encarregados de educação na procura de uma visão de Cidadania Rodoviária Ativa.

Road Safety is invaluable for our school.  We are situated on a main road that leads to a truck stop and access to the motorway.  We work closely with our Council Road Safety officer Marion Shearer who comes in regularly to support any work we are doing.


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.

In December 2015, the Automobile Club of Moldova representatives in partnership with the National Patrol Inspectorate organized a road safety flash mob dedicated to pedestrians. The special guest of the event was Ms. Ala Zasmenco – a local pop singer who supports and promotes the road safety initiatives in Moldova.The event took place on the Dacia street in Chisinau and was carried out within the Road Safety Prevention Campaign (in partnership with TRACECA Road Safety Project II), funded by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).

Elever på 8. årgang, der også fungerer som skolepatrulje, var med til at kortlægge skolens elevers cykelvaner og identificere udfordringer i forbindelse hermed. De påtog sig opgaven med dels at motivere de yngre skolebørn og deres forældre til at cykle til og fra skole, og dels at komme med forslag til at gøre skolevejen mere sikker for de bløde trafikanter. De afholdt således en kampagne og en event, med slogan, uddeling af egenproducerede nøgleringe og konkurrencer der skulle få flere til at cykle til skole. Eleverne udviklede en cykeltræningsbane, hvor 8.

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