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Could many of the children killed and injured on the roads have avoided these accidents if parents and teachers paid more attention to child safety? With a little more thought and time spent teaching children about road safety some of these injuries might have been avoided. This article about road safety for kids might help.
Road Safety Week — 17th - 23rd November 2014

The Green Cross Code is a guide for everyone showing how to cross the road safely.

Supporting the THINK! road safety campaign.

Road Safety ks1 Book
The Dangerously Road Game
ISBN 0-9546565-4-7
The Dangerous Road Game Supporting the THINK! road safety campaign and including the Green Cross Code information.
Harey dreams of being the best football player in the world. He and his friends cross over the road to play in the park. Harey kicks the ball into the road. He then runs after it without looking and is knocked down by a car, but just survives with bad bruising because the car was not travelling fast.
32 pages, full colour, including sticker page with six stickers.

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Cycle Safety ks1 Book
The Harey Bike Ride
ISBN 978-0-9565593-0-2
The Harey Bike Ride Harey, the hare-brained rabbit, and his friends go riding their cycles, but he does not obey the highway code. He has to be persuaded to wear his safety helmet after he has fallen off his bike and banged his head. He then rides out of the drive onto the road without looking where he is going, rides on the pavement and fails to stop at red traffic lights where he knocks down Pillow the parrot on the pelican crossing.
32 pages, full colour, including sticker page with six stickers.

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Child Car Safety

As a precaution always apply these rules:

Warm weather warning

As our climate is continuing to become warmer children and pets should not be left in a vehicle. In some countries temperatures in cars can reach almost 120 degrees within 30 minutes, and a child's body temperature rises faster than an adult's.

Shocking driving statistics.

A study on uk road safety at the Transport Research Institute, Napier University, Edinburgh revealed that: