The Department for Transport’s suite of road safety resources for teachers, pupils and parents.sources
for teachers, pupils and parents.
The Suffolk Roadsafe Board is a non-statutory Board which was created in May 2007 to bring together the main agencies involved in road safety in the county. It comprises representatives from Suffolk Constabulary, Suffolk County Council, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service, the Highways Agency, the East of England Ambulance Service and the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Every 30 seconds someone, somewhere in the world is killed in a road crash. Brake works to stop road deaths and injuries by campaigning for safer roads; supports people bereaved or injured in road crashes; and raises public awareness for sustainable transport. Registered charity No. 1093244
Helping children to learn practical ways to be safer on the road is very important. At Trimley St Martin, children from Reception through to Year 6 are taught about road safety in PSHE lessons, in assemblies and from outside agencies such as Bikeability. Once outside those school gates we are relying upon the children remembering all those safety lessons and the safeness of drivers , both from the school community and passers-by.
This form is to report and record incidents, not report and record drivers......