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The European Day of Emergency Number 112 is in the school calendar every year. There was a school event on 11th February 2015. The people invited to our school said that the real problem are the people who call 112 just for fun and they really don’t need help. The meeting was organized together with a police station from Radom and was hosted by a police officer – Kamila Adamska. During the first part of the event, the students found about how to be safe on the road. They also watched a film about emergency number 112 a how to behave on the place of accident.

15. January 2016
Altius Hotel
Cyprus

For the second time our school organized an evening party, “The Fluorescent Soiree”, for grandmothers and grandfathers called “Granny, Grandpa, Be Visible On The Road”. A lot of invited guests gathered in a beautifully decorated gym to see the first-graders’ performance – the representatives of local authorities and institutions, police officers from the District Police Headquarters in Dąbrowa Tarnowska, students of the University of the Third Age and retired teachers. Pupils’ grandmothers and grandfathers were special guests of honour.

On 9 June 2015 The Eleventh District Road Safety Knowledge Tournament For Grades 1-3 “Impeccably And Safely” took place in our school. The main idea of the tournament was to acquaint the youngest road users with road safety rules and giving first aid. The tournament not only broadens their knowledge about safety but also gives a chance to get pupils into the habit of appropriate behavior on the road. Moreover, the tournament popularizes riding bikes as a great means of transport and an excellent recreational activity as well. The tournament is very famous among pupils and their parents.

En los últimos años, desde el Ayuntamiento de Puente Genil, se ha hecho un importante esfuerzo para a través de la policía local implementar programas preventivos de Educación para la Seguridad Vial, con el objetivo de conseguir una movilidad más segura y sostenible en nuestra ciudad, conforme a las políticas de la Unión Europea. El programa educación para la Movilidad Segura y Sostenible “Puente Genil Educa” en el nuevo curso académico llegará a más de 2.600 niños, niñas y jóvenes, de 3 a 18 años, en educación infantil, primaria, secundaria y bachillerato.

Many schools experience chaotic traffic scenes at the beginning and end of the school day. As a school, we alongside The City of Edinburgh Council, took decision to limit traffic in the street directly outside the school at key times, meaning that parents would not be able to park right at the gates to drop off. Our aim is always to create a safer, more pleasant environment.

Le collège Marc Seignobos est situé à Chabeuil, en Drôme. Cette année, le département de la Drôme est lourdement affecté par l’insécurité routière. Depuis janvier 2015, 40 personnes ont trouvé la mort. 10 morts, soit 1 sur 4, avaient entre 18 et 24 ans. Plusieurs dizaines de personnes resteront lourdement handicapées, En tant qu’établissement scolaire, avec plus de 840 élèves agés de 11 à 15 ans, nous avons la responsabilité de sensibiliser les jeunes aux risques routiers.

Les chiffres de la sécurité routière en France sont catastrophique d’années en années, et dans notre département du Gard en particulier. Un apprentissage dès le plus jeune âge  des bons comprotements à avoir en tant que piéton, cycliste, passager, usager des transports en commun nous semble indispensable afin des faire évoluer ces indicateurs de manière significative.

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According to The World Health Organization in the year of 2013, 186,300 pupils under eighteen die on the world’s roads almost every year and road accidents are amongst the top five causes of death for kids over five and the primary cause between the 15 – 17 year olds. Car passengers and pedestrians report roughly three quarters of road deaths amid the youngsters, while girls are twice less likely to die on the roads in comparison with the boys.

19. January 2016
Portugal

La nostra Associazione si occupa di sensibilizzazione e prevenzione stradale, primo soccorso e scuola di vita. Il nostro target sono gli asili, le scuole primarie, secondarie, superiori e tutte quelle persone che si mettono in strada.

Miguel de Cervantes Public Primary School is located in the La Calzada district of the city of Gijón. The learning community is comprised of working class families with a high unemployment rate, pupils of different ethnic groups and nationalities and teachers involved in and committed to this educational activity. The school is the final destination of the majority.

Our school materializes a programme about safe cycling. The goals of the project are the students to learn about the safety use of bicycles and the benefits of cycling. Especially, the goals of the project are: 1. To prompt and encourage the students in expanding the use of bicycles. 2. To sensitive the students, their families and the local community to use the bicycles for their transportation. 3. To learn the right behavior on the road, as cycling drivers 4. To act as energetic, responsible citizens for their environment 5. The students to learn search and produce new ideas 6.

Empezamos 2016 igual que acabamos 2015, llevando la información de la Seguridad Vial a las familias y colectivos que nos lo pidan. 

Así, el próximo día 16 de Enero estaremos en el Centro Maternal Barriguitas, en la zona de Siete Palmas , en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Allí tenemos una cita con la seguridad vial a partir de las 11 de la mañana.

 

Con esta campaña se conciencia al ciudadano. Un dron no es un juguete. Es una aeronave. Probablemente, más de una persona ha recibido uno de estos artefactos de Papá Noel o los Reyes. Si es así, con nuestro flyer podrá aprender a utilizarlo sin generar riesgos para la seguridad vial ni correr el peligro de ser multado.

During Computer Studies in the fourth grade children do an exercise in Ms Paint Software which consists in drawing road signs that pedestrians have to obey. Furthermore, pupils enclose signs meanings with a suitable background colour next to their drawings on the computers. This kind of exercise certainly helps consolidate childrens knowledge of road signs.

On 6th May, 2015 a four-person team representing our school got a second place in XXXVIII Polish Nationwide Road Safety Tournament in the category of primary schools. There were two stages in these competitions. In the first one, participants form nine Primary Schools and four Junior High Schools wrote a test at the gym in Szkoła Podstatowa z Oddziałami Integracyjnymi Nr 10 im. Polonii w Słupsku (Primary School With Support Classes Number 10 in Słupsk). The second stage took place in WORD (Voivodeship Training Cetre For Drivers) in Słupsk.

9. June 2016 to 11. June 2016
Torre del Mar
Spain

The School Safety Club was established on 10 November 2010. 55 members belong to the Club. The board consists of: the chairman – Ernest Fido, the deputy chairman – Magdalena Kozioł, the secretary – Maja Łoś. The aim of the School Safety Club is taking action concerning ecology and the improvement of road safety in our local community. Joining the Club gives the possibility to put the theoretical knowledge on ecology and safety rules into practice. We focus on educating pupils, parents and members of local community on these matters.

On 29 October 2015 the Road Transport Inspectors visited our school. They met with the pupils from grades 2 and 3 and the members of the School Safety Club. The inspectors gave a talk about how to be safe on the road and pavement and how to behave on a pedestrian crossing. They emphasized the necessity of being visible and reminded children of the obligation to wear fluorescent elements. Pupils intently watched a PowerPoint presentation about being safe on the road as a pedestrian, a cyclist and a passenger.

Como invitado al programa  Canarias Hoy, de la Televisión Autonómica Canaria, estuvimos hablando de Seguridad Vial , sobre todo lo concerniente a los nuevos cambios producidos en relación a los más pequeños dentro del coche que entraron en vigor el pasado día 1 de octubre.

In S1-S3 we introduce all the Physics of Mechanics and Dynamics through a Road Safety theme. We teach speed, velocity, distance, displacement, stopping, braking and thinking distances through a game called Chicken Run where students have to predict the stopping distances of a car under various conditions and speeds. In S3 students use the knowledge they've gained to complete a simulated Road Crash that was put together by Police Scotland (Dumfries and Galloway).

School no 51, District 2, Bucharest, is a public primary and lower-secondary school whose mission is to offer education based on three dimensions – formal, informal and inclusive education and which aims at having a graduate with complex education and instruction, a capacity of attending further education, flexibility and adaptation to the changes imposed by a dynamic, European society. School no 51has been developing a partnership with a duration of 2 years with the Local Police and the Association of Road Traffic Victims – Romania (AVAC), starting with the 2014/2015 school year.

From May to November 2015 we organized and coordinated the Second All-Poland Artistic Contest connected with Road Safety entitled “Fluorescently – Visibly – Safely”. The contest was aimed at grades 1-3, 4-6 as well as school common rooms. It was held under the patronage of the District Police Headquarters in Dąbrowa Tarnowska and the Road Safety Partnership Association in Warsaw. The level of the contest was very high. 536 artistic works from all over Poland were sent to our school.

Every eighth car accident was caused by a drunken driver Zagreb, 10 December, 2015 - Every eighth accident had been caused by a drunken driver, and every fifth person was killed. It is these, and many other data presented at a expert meeting organized by the association „Sigurnost u prometu“ in collaboration with the Zagreb brewery, on the theme "Road safety - Alcohol in Traffic" that was held in the „Home of Journalism“ in Zagreb .

Taller de Seguridad Vial para jóvenes de Bachillerato, desarrollado por el Ayuntamiento de Puente Genil a través de la Policía Local, en todos los Institutos de Enseñanza Secundaria de la localidad. Con el objetivo de sensibilizar a los jóvenes sobre los peligros del binomio alcohol/drogas y conducción.

STIVO’S ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION In the framework of our corporate social responsibility, STIVO has developed citizenship and road safety education plans toward civil society and especially young public between 8 to 18 year-old in order raising awareness and understanding of road safety and citizenship issues. As a public transport company, we have decided to provide road safety information for children because they are vulnerable as passengers or pedestrians. Early education gives children the tools they need to be safer today.

1. October 2015 to 30. April 2016
IES Saulo Torón
Spain
29. November 2015
DISFRIMUR
Spain

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