Hari and His friends from Oops Hari! Child Safety Awareness and his Parents want to make all children and parents aware that on the 14th - 20th November 2022 it will be Road Safety Week.
Please always stop when you come to the road crossing, look and listen before you cross the road , even at a zebra crossing Stay Safe and have a lovely day.
Read this great advice from road safety charity Brake.
By taking part in Road Safety Week, you can help children, young people and parents learn why all lives matter on roads and encourage them to shout out for everyone's right to make safe and healthy journeys. Across the week you can MOVE, THINK, WATCH, TEACH, SAVE lives and SUPPORT people affected by road crashes, all while imagining a FUTURE where no one is killed or injured on a road. Sign up for Road Safety Week and get your free action pack of resources to support your activity. Three reasons why road safety is important for schools
Road crashes are the leading cause of death for children and young people worldwide
More than six children are killed or seriously injured on roads every day in the UK
Road crashes have a devastating effect on families and communities
The theme of Road Safety Week 2022 is SAFE ROADS FOR ALL.
THINK about how we can all use roads safely to protect ourselves and other road users.
UNDERSTAND how safe roads can enable everyone to make safe and healthy journeys.
REMEMBER road crash victims and share their stories.