It’s a well documented fact that I am known to get on my high horse when it comes to road safety and children as my post Crossing The Road And The Green Cross Code ranted about teaching our children to cross the road safely and the fact so many adults and children alike do not cross the road safely or even seems to care.
However it seems that I am not alone in trying to shout it from the roof tops at how we can try to keep our kids safe and what we need to do to make our children as safe as possible while out and about and these badges are given out to keep our little people safer now the nights are getting darker.
The Co-operative Funeral care have spent the past 5 years giving out over 160,000 badges to 1,500 schools and youth groups and also deliver school assemblies or lessons about road safety prepared by road safety charity Brake for children between the ages of 3 and 7 years as part of their Be Safe Be Seen campaign
For me teaching my child to cross the road as safely as possible really is an epically paramount life skill and anyone that can support my child to do that is great in my book and I will support them to the hilt and back. Lets teach our children the green cross code, stopping to look both ways, picking safe areas to cross and avoiding walking on the kerb edge … it’s a campaign in my opinion all parents should be behind, no cost and maximum impact its a win win in my book.
If your child’s school would like to give out Be Safe Be Seen badges to their children they can order them from The Co-operative Funeral Care’s website
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