Monday 2nd April
Joey and Eloise would like you all to get involved in a two part Road Safety completion.
Part 1: design a road safety mascot for Harestock- he will be in assemblies and share his/her thoughts on JRSO TV.
-it can be designed on the computer/drawn
-don’t forget to give us information about the character and why he/she is special to Harestock and what he/she can help with
Part 2: create a Harestock Road Safety song!
–make it catchy
-link it with any road safety issues you think people need to be aware of (cycling/driving/walking/playing by the road etc)
-write the lyrics – it can be sung by you or anyone else, create a tune for it. (you could even video it being sung and save it on a memory stick etc)compose the
The competition closes at the end of Summer term 1 (May 24th)
The winning song may be included on the school website.
The winning mascot we are hoping to get made ready for September!
Watch JRSO News
Design a poster to show ‘What road safety means to me’.
It can be created on plain paper or the computer. Try and make it interesting, eye catching and promote being safe around roads. You can draw pictures, make slogans and use bright colours. You could even make a road safety song to go with it!
Please hand your creations in to the office or Seth and Eloise by the end of the first week back after half term (1st March).
Winning entries will be displayed at school and on the website.
Road Safety Role model Shout out!
The Harestock Junior Road Safety officers (JRSO’s) want to make a shout out to all parent Road Safety Role models out there! We know that some of you are really ‘up to speed’ on your Highway Code and the updates/ developments that happen regularly. Well done to you for checking on the rules and regulations.
For those of you who think you could do with a little refresher and check on the things that have changed since you learned to drive… pop on to the Government website for more information. For example: https://www.gov.uk/browse/driving/highway-code-road-safety
Quiz: Do you know what an amber traffic light really means?????
Road Safety Week- Be Bright Be Seen Day
Well done to everyone who came dressed to ‘Be Seen’ on Monday 19th November to raise awareness for National Road Safety Week.
The children were wearing their brightest clothes: hi-viz jackets and plenty sparkly and flashy accessories! There were light-up trainers, fluorescent sports kits and even flashing skirts.
The day ended with a luminous fashion show. The most blinding pupil from each class modelled their outfit and walked down the Harestock Catwalk!
Well done to all the finalists from each class. Congratulations to Chloe from Otter Class who shone the brightest for KS2 and Blake from Owl Class who sparkled for KS1, both received Road Safety prizes.
Thank you also to the children who attended the Road Safety Workshop lead by the JRSO’s Seth and Eloise.
Minutes of JRSO meeting 12th November
- Be bright be seen day
- Assembly Monday (check time)
- Club Monday lunch time
- send reminder letter
- Photocopy t-shirt template
- On Monday each class chose a winner, then send into assembly for fashion show winner gets prize
- Monday Junior take out the car seat poster at 8:35
- Friday infants
19th Junior club
Minutes JRSO Monday 15th October 2018
Discussed- road safety week
- Be bright be seen day (19th November )
- Take height chart out to playgrounds in morning
- Prizes for be bright be seen day fashion show
- print letter
- Send reminder letter at start of November
- Agree on days for car seat chart
Next meeting- 12th November
19th November Junior club