Brake - poster competition and survey
Brake has launched their brand new poster competion which aims to inspire and engage 4-11 year olds in road safety, getting them to think about the importance of the need for drivers to slow down so children can walk and cycle to school safely.
Register your school to receive a free e-resource pack that enables you or the children to talk about the dangers of adults speeding in their community – something that puts children's' lives at risk every single day.
Print off the poster template, get children to create powerful designs in class or at home, display their artwork in your entrance hall, and send them to Brake by Friday 30 June 2017.
Winning designs will be turned into professional banners to go on display outside the school or in the local community. Children will receive hundreds of pounds worth of prizes for themselves and their school, plus a visit from Brake's mascot Zak the Zebra!
For more information and to register, visit Brake’s website
Brake has also launched a new survey to find out how primary schools currently cover the topic of road safety. The charity is keen to find out what schools need as it plans to develop new tools and resources over the year.