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Waveney schools rewarded for road safety campaign efforts

PUBLISHED: 13:20 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:16 04 July 2018

More than 100 pupils and staff from Suffolk schools gathered for the annual Junior Road Safety Officer (JRSO) Awards. Picture: Simon Lee

More than 100 pupils and staff from Suffolk schools gathered for the annual Junior Road Safety Officer (JRSO) Awards. Picture: Simon Lee

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A number of Waveney schools have been recognised for their efforts to promote road safety.

Pupils made presentations to a road safety panel and gold, silver and bronze awards were presented to schools according to the quality of their schemes. Picture: Simon LeePupils made presentations to a road safety panel and gold, silver and bronze awards were presented to schools according to the quality of their schemes. Picture: Simon Lee

More than 100 pupils and staff from Suffolk schools gathered for the annual Junior Road Safety Officer (JRSO) Awards on June 29.

The JRSO scheme gives children aged 9 to 11 the opportunity to be a voice for their school and local community through the promotion of road safety campaigns.

Held at Endeavour House in Ipswich, the ceremony saw pupils make presentations to a road safety panel, before gold, silver and bronze awards were presented to schools according to the quality of their schemes.

The list of Waveney winners are as follows:

• Barnby and North Cove Primary - Gold

• Beccles Primary Academy - Silver

• Brampton CEVCP - Gold

• Corton CEVAP - Gold

• Edgar Sewter Primary, Halesworth - Silver

• Holton St Peter - Gold

• Red Oak Primary, Lowestoft - Bronze

• Ringsfield CEVCP - Gold

• Roman Hill Primary, Lowestoft - Gold

• Somerleyton CP - Gold

• Southwold Primary - Silver

• Westwood Primary, Lowestoft - Gold


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