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In cooperation with WORD (Voivodeship Training Centre For Drivers) at the school feast our teachers organised a feast counter with alcogoggles and narcogoggles (goggles simulating a state of alcohol or drug intoxication). Children and adults could try them out and see the way the person in an inebriated state see the world. The aim of the campaign was to raise awareness of hazardousness that can be prompted by an inebriated road user. To make the roads safer our school keeps building awareness among pupils.

In the school year 2016/2017 pupils from our school will take part in innovative program "Safety on the scene, or how the language of art to teach children safety rules" organized by the teacher Edyta Sadowska. The lessons are once a week and they are the example subjects are: emergency numbers and important addresses, my way to school, I am safe because I wear reflectors, safe pedestrian – I know how to cross the road safely, safe passenger, we know traffic signs, I am safe on my bicycle, a police officer– the person who can help me.

W lutym 2016 roku odbyło się w naszej szkole niezwykła lekcja, w której nauczycielami byli Ratownicy Medyczni Radomskiej Stacji Pogotowia Ratunkowego. Uczniowie naszych zerówek wzięli udział w zajęciach edukacyjnych dotyczących pracy ratowników medycznych. Celem zajęć przeprowadzonych przez wykwalifikowanych Ratowników Medycznych było pokazanie młodym ludziom prostych czynności ratujących życie oraz przekazanie informacji o tym, jak należy zachować się w sytuacjach zagrożenia czyjegoś życia lub zdrowia.

Już po raz trzeci w naszej szkole w godzinach popołudniowych odbyła się Środowiskowa Wieczornica Seniora z okazji Dnia Babci i Dziadka pod hasłem: ,,Babciu, Dziadku, bądźcie widoczni na drodze”.

Students acquire knowledge which is necessary for giving premedical first aid. During lessons they learn about typical situations with regard to personal safety, proper casualty assessment, preliminary examination, resuscitation and calling medical help.

School Safety Club "10" congratulates all the participants of "I ride safely in a child safety seat" Competition, which consisted of two parts. In the first one students and their parents had to fill in anonymous questionnaires and answer questions such as: How do you get to school? Do you often fasten your seatbelts? Do you use child safety seat and what is its brand name? Do you think using child safety seat is important? In the second part students had to invent a slogan encouraging their schoolmates to ride in a child safety seats until they are 150 cm tall.

On February 3rd 2016 before winter holidays, first grade students had a chance to meet a policeman from The Police Traffic Department in Slupsk. Children already knew a great deal about his duties. Together they established that pedestrians on the road can move only along the sidewalk or if there isn't any, on the left side of the road. Moreover, crossing the road is acceptable in assigned spots such as zebra crossing or traffic lights. Pedestrians should always make sure that there isn't any vehicle coming.

The photo contest announced in our school had an objective to perform how to ride a bike safely. The photos, delivered to us, depicted children riding bikes and wearing reflective elements, helmets or other protectors. It was also performed to move on the road in a safe way. Having used all the delivered photos, the organizers have created a photo exhibition in order to both introduce the results and to show an example how to cycle safely.

01.09.2015r. podczas uroczystości Ślubowania Pierwszoklasistów- 56 uczniów klas I otrzymało worki odblaskowe z rąk przewodniczącej Rady Rodziców pani Justyny Antczak. Pan Wójt Gminy Piątek wraz z przewodniczącą Rady Rodziców i dyrektorem szkoły wręczyli upominki w związku z PASOWANIEM PIERWSZOKLASISTÓW. 15 września 2015r. odbyło się spotkanie z kierownikiem Rewiru Dzielnicowego KPP w Piątku pt. „Bezpieczna droga do i ze szkoły. Odblaskowe Pierwszaki”. Wraz z końcem wakacji do szkoły wrócili również policjanci.

On 27th January 2016 the students from our school took part in an event called „Senior- an example to follow” organized in cultural center Resursa Obywatelska. The were also police officers and many old people from the University of the Third Age. The main aim of this meeting was to show the dangers the older people can meet in traffic. The students presented an artistic program about the traffic rules, crossing the road safely or wearing reflectors. They sang songs and said poems about it.

The project is being carried out from 1st September 2015 to 30th May 2016 and it has been partially funded by the Road Safety Partnership whose role is to work for the improvement of road safety and decreasing the number of road crash victims in Poland. The members are the representatives of three sectors of public life – business, government and non-governmental organizations. They work together and contribute to decreasing the number of casualties on Polish roads.

For a few years the School Safety Club has organized a competition called “Win Your Life”. It is held every month and it concerns the promotion of road safety. Each month the subject matter of the competition varies. The last one was to write a rhyme or a poem that could encourage children to use car safety seats until they are 150 cm tall. The prize for the best rhyme or poem was a cycle helmet.

Each school year begins with special meetings organized for children where policemen come. There pupils improve their knowledge of how to stay safe on the way to school. They also practise their abilities going on short trips to the nearest crossing with their form masters. Furthermore, our school takes part in many competitions organized by the Police and WORD (Voivodeship Training Centre For Drivers) as well as holds several events concerning road safety, in which we engage as many pupils as possible. All that gives children a chance to compete in various means of expression.

Preschooler safe on the road

 

Lublin is a city with a high traffic. Our kindergarten is situated in the city center, near very busy streets and intersections. We want to prepare our preschoolers to move safely in traffic. We want to equip pupils with the skills and knowledge of the consequences of their own actions, sensitize on the need to care for their own safety and the ability to cope with difficult situations.

 

In developing the action plan we took into account our experience, proven forms of cooperation and childlike understanding working methods.

On 7th December 2015 there was a lesson about reflectors for the students from our school. On that day the children brought many different things with reflectors as well as reflective vest. They were amazed how the things shone in the fleshes of cameras.

During the school year we organize many meetings to make our students realize what kind of dangers they can meet on their way to school and back home. We believe that thanks to such meetings our students will be more safe and their knowledge of how to call for help and first aid abilities will not have to be checked in real situations. This school year there were several meetings with police officers. On 29th September two female police officers visited our school.

During the school year 2015/2016 the students of Primary School No 15 in Radom take part in a program called S&V (Safe and Vulnerable) , which is organized by the local police station. The program’s motto is “zero vision”, which is for zero victims in traffic accidents. It started on 17th December 2014 and the students from our school took part in an opening ceremony. They showed an artistic presentation about pedestrians’ safety on the streets. The we wearing reflective vests. They were also holding red and green lights symbolizing traffic lights.

Traffic Academy is a periodical for of traffic education that is carried on in Primary School No 15 in Radom since 2008. There are many streets with heavy traffic near our school. One of them is an international route E7. All this makes the teachers worry about the safety of the students. The statistics show that in Poland 15 people are killed and 160 wounded in traffic accidents. Is it many? It is definitely too many! Many of those accidents could be avoided if both drivers and the pedestrians would be more cautious and know traffic regulations better.

Our school is active in doing activities about safety on the roads. It is very important for us to teach very young children how to behave and be safe on the road. It is because Radom is a quite big city with heavy traffic and our school is near busy roads with traffic lights and pedestrian crossings. The teachers in our school want our students to be safe on the roads. That’s why they want them to gain necessary knowledge about traffic rules. Therefore they organize many school competitions and school meetings about safety on the roads.

In the school year 2015/2016 our school once again took part in the educational program for first graders from primary schools called “Puchatek Safety Club”. The first year at school is a new stage in the life of both a child and his parents. For many of parents it is the first time they leave their child in teachers’ care. This is why we want our school to be unforgettable experience for children.

“Road Crashes – Let’s Talk” Campaign The Association “Road and Safety” invites primary schools to participate in a nationwide preventive and educational action called “Road Crashes – Let’s Talk”. Our school has joined this initiative for the fifth time. The topic of this year’s edition was “Visibility on the Road”. The action was under the patronage of the Minister of Education. Tasks planned and carried out as part of the action “Road Crashes – Let’s Talk” 1. Talking to the pupils about the necessity of being visible on the road during form tutor periods. 2.

Apart from activities connected with traffic that are conducted during lessons, pupils from grades 4-6 can learn in the Green Classroom. Fourth-grade pupils participated in such a lesson and the topic was “Road Users”. The lesson in the Green Classroom gave us the possibility to monitor traffic, indicate road users’ proper and improper behavior and divide road users into pedestrians, passengers, drivers and cyclists. We could check if their behavior was in conformity with the Highway Code. It was great.

On 16th September fourth-grade pupils visited the Fire Brigade Headquarters in Dąbrowa Tarnowska. Pupils marched the streets of the town under the watchful eyes of police officers who were there to guarantee children’s safety. Having reached the destination, pupils were shown the equipment of a fire engine. Everybody could try a fireman’s helmet on or sit behind the wheel of a vehicle. Those who were brave enough could try their hand at an obstacle course or hold a fire hose and pour water trying to hit the target.

Our school is successfully winning over partners to propagate road safety. We established cooperation with the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways – the Department in Kraków. They sent us a parcel with booklets for our pupils and one of them was “The Colored Highway Code”. It was published to increase the level of children’s safety on the road, during play or on trips. The book acquaints pupils with the world of traffic regulations in a very simple way. It contains all the road signs concerning pedestrians and cyclists.

The Ninth Festivities called “Kid, Be Safe On The Road” In October the Driver Training Centre in Tarnów invited first-graders to take part in the Festivities called “Kid, Be Safe On The Road”. This event has been organized for five years now. As always there were lots of competitions and surprises prepared for children, for example a fitness test or a road signs knowledge test. Children could take part in a kart race or a race holding a stop sign and wearing a police hat.

For several years our school is active in the national program “Traffic accidents – let’s talk”, which is organized by the Association “Road and Safety”. The fifth edition of this program was very successful for us, because we took the second place in the category “school”. This was the result of many activities made in our school such as Safety on the Roads Meeting, poetry competition, school presentations and many others. The students from our school take part in the program every year in December. Due to it there are many meetings in school and lessons about safety on the roads.

In June 2015 our school took part in a competition called “We rescue and we teach how to rescue”. The group of students chosen we fast to be in a semi-finals and then the finals of the competition. It was not so easy though, because we had to win with many other schools form the whole country. The school newspaper gave us the place in the semi-finals and the film in which both students and parents acted let us be one of eight the best schools in Poland. On 10th June 2015 the students from our school took part in the finals.

For the last few years there is an educational program in our school carried on. This was thanks to Jurek Owsiak’s Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy (an organization to help the others in need). The program is entitled “We rescue and we teach how to rescue”. We realise that everybody can be a witness of a traffic accident and therefore should know how to behave in such situation. Thanks to this knowledge many human lives can be saved. In our school students are taught first aid abilities all year round. Since 2014 these activities we due to “Safe Road” project.

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.

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.

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