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19/08/2015
​This term students from every year level will have the chance to design a Road Safety poster as part of the Safer School Travel Program – Art Challenge.  Winning artworks and road safety messages will be published on banners which will be showcased at the entrances/exits to our school promoting “Safer School Travel”.

Students are asked to produce a A3 Road Safety Poster displaying what safe travel to and from schools means to them (paper will be provided).  It may focus on road safety behaviours like:
Safe ways mum and dad can park near the school (no double parking, using 2 min loading zones correctly, no stopping on yellow lines or in bus zones);
What are safe ways to cross roads (always use pedestrian crossings, listen to the school crossing supervisor, crossing at traffic signals (red man/green man);
Safe ways to be dropped off/picked up (always use a seatbelt, always use passenger door);
What are the school signs for safety (40kmh/s zone sign, pedestrian crossing, bicycle signs).

The use of pictures, words and lots of colour is highly encouraged.

A “letter to parents” and an A3 sheet of paper has already been sent home with your child so grab your colouring pencils and paints and get creative.

All artworks must have child’s full name, class and school on the back of the artwork to be eligible.