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Kids learn road safety
Author:admin    Add time:3/6/2015    Source:REAJOY    

The school is one of the first in the region to take up the joint Police and School Drug Education and Road Aware initiative, which South Metropolitan Police Senior Constable Tam McKeowan said was about "protecting out community's most valuable asset … our kids".

For the past couple of weeks students from Kindergarten to Year 3 have been learning about road safety and on Wednesday they received a high-visibility vest before pledging to be Road Safety Champions.

The vest, which students are encouraged to wear when walking or cycling to and from school, reads "Slow down: 40km in school zones".

Rydah Tuataga, a new Year 1 champion, reminded other students not to run, but walk to school.

"We need to stop, look and listen for cars and hold (our) friend's hand," she said.

Fellow Pre-primary student Arabella Schoch agreed that if they were not careful when walking to school they could get hurt or "run over".

South Metropolitan Community Engagement Unit Sergeant Paul Trimble said the program was vital for ensuring children were safe within the community.

"The project started as a result of a young person who lost their life in the Wheatbelt," he said.


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