Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSO)

Be bright be seen day

On Friday the 22nd November, Harestock Primary school children could be seen from SPACE- they were so bright!

The JRSO team would like to thank all the children, parents and carers for putting in such an amazing effort with the costumes.

We, as a school, take part in this Road Safety week and Be Bright Be Seen Day to ‘brighten’ awareness on the issue of being safe around the roads, especially on darker mornings and evenings.

We would like the children to ‘reflect’ on this day and we encourage them to wear these things whenever they are out and about near roads, e.g on the way to school, home, going to clubs etc. The brighter the better.

The winners from the Be Bright Be Seen Day that blew us away with their costumes were: Ryan from Dolphin class (dressed as Spotty dog, our school Road Safety Mascot- you will be seeing more of Spotty!) and Cleo from Puffin class.

Stay safe and watch out for more episodes of JRSO TV.

Dear parents/ carers,

At the end of last year, the JRSOs held a competition to pupils to design a road safety mascot for the school.

The winner, Kirie, designed a great mascot called Spotty, who is very ‘road safety conscious’.

We would really like Spotty to become part of the team, so we are asking for volunteers to make Spotty into a real mascot. It could be parents, grandparents, careers or friends of family.

We are hoping for a teddy/material style mascot that could visit the classes and join in with JRSO TV.

Here is a picture of Spotty for reference: (the spots are brightly coloured and the logo says ‘BE BRIGHT BE SEEN’, but this could be added after.)

 

Please let the school office know if you think you could offer your services for this project, and we will be in contact if we take up your offer.

 

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