'Our Walk to School' makes return in Liverpool
Liverpool City Council’s ‘Our Walk to School’ initiative will run for a second time week commencing Monday 8 July.
The project targets year five pupils from areas of high child casualty routes, aiming to raise their awareness of local road safety hazards and complement engineering works in central/north Liverpool.
Pupils will undertake a five-week awareness course creating a map of their local area on which they identify road safety hazards, carry out speed surveys and work with a local media company to produce a road safety film by interviewing local community members.
The project will finish with a celebration event for pupils, parents and teachers to share experiences and watch the premier screening of their films.
For further information contact Peter Almond on 0151 233 3001.
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