J.R.S.O - LT Scotland

J.R.S.O - LT Scotland

By Zayan, Martha, Ewan, Daisie and Dominic

St Cadocs has five .J.R.S.O. officers this year. Zayan from7a Martha from7b

Ewan from7b Daisie from7a Dominic from7c What is J.R.S.O? St.Cadocs has five junior road safety officers.

We teach other people in the school how to be safe near roads. What we are aiming to do is provide information to parents and pupils to encourage them to make sensible travel choices to reduce traffic and also most importantly ensure all pupils can

reach and leave school safely. Our new path Hands up if you have walked on our new path yet

Its a great way to walk to school and back. There is lots of animals there including all the ones in our house system. Tom is our school lollypop man he does a

great job. Next time you are walking across the road then you could say thank you to him. Always wear a helmet as you could injure yourself.

Always wait until the red man goes green. Wait for the lollipop man if he is near by Remember to look left and right when crossing the road. Maybe if the weather is not bad then you

could ask your parents to drop you off and walk the rest of the way to school. You could also cycle if your parents let you. Some people live to far away to walk to school, so if that is the case then you could ask to walk from the Harvie Avenue shops or the Baptist Church.

Never park on double yellow lines or zigzags this is illegal. Dont park on corners as this restricts visibility for pedestrians. Dont park on areas used by the lollypop

man/woman. Dont ever stop your car on the middle of the road on the school hill, this can cause congestion and can be dangerous. Question 1= Should you wear a helmet on

a bike or in a car ? Answer 1= On a bike Question 2= Should you cross the road if there is no green man, and no cars that

are near you? Would you do it? Answer 2= No. Question 3= Should you drive a car without a driving licence?

Answer 3= No of course not. Road patrol, road patrol crossing can be trouble Road patrol road patrol lollipop man on the double Whenever theres a problem

around St.Cadocs way , Zayan and his team of buds will come and save the day Zayan, Martha, Daisie, Dominic and Ewan YEAH!!! Theyre on the way Road patrol, road patrol crossing can be trouble Road patrol road

patrol lollipop man on the double No road is to big no child is too small ROAD patrol were on a roll

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