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School Council & JRSO


Hello! We are your Junior Road Safety Officers.


Our names are Logan, James, Lily and Daisy.


Our role in the school is to help people stay safe on the pavements and roads around the school. 


We have noticed that there are many issues on the roads around the school: 


  • Parking on the road whilst the engine is still on (idling) 
  • Parking on the pavement and blocking the path for pedestrians 
  • Driving too fast along Bridewell Lane 


We were very shocked when we heard that there have been some people speaking harshly to the residents around the school when they ask drivers not to park on the pavement. 


All of us at the school would like to ask you parents and carers to think about all of the children’s safety as road users and pedestrians. 


  • Please do not leave your engine running causing pollution. 
  • Avoid parking on the pavements. 
  • Use polite words to our neighbours. 
  • Drive within the safe speed limit and watch out for pedestrians 


Parents and carers if you have any tips as to how we can improve road safety around the school please let us know. Thank you for your vital support in making these improvements. Please check with your child as they will be bringing home news about an exciting competition! 


With your help we can make travel to and from school much much safer. 


Yours sincerely 


Logan, James, Lily and Daisy (JRSO’s)




Road Sign Competition Winners


Very well done to our winners of the Junior Road Safety Competition - Ethan in Year 4, and Oliver in Year 1 - whose joint 1st place entries will be used to create a sign for Bridewell Lane. 


30 pupils entered the Junior Road Safety Competition and all received a certificate for their fantastic efforts. There were some very creative and catchy slogans to encourage our road users to put our health and safety first.


Watch this space for the amazing sign to appear on Bridewell Lane.


Thank you to everyone who took part!

Picture 1 Ethan, Year 4
Picture 2 Oliver, Year 1