With the summer holidays right around the corner, it’s time for Year 6 children to say goodbye to primary school and get ready for a fresh start. Help your child plan how to get to their new school safely with our handy tips and resources....
Whether you’re just starting out on your FE journey, part way through or entering your final year, the chances are that a large part of your student life will be spent socialising, possibly involving a drink (or two!). But drink (and drugs) can affect how we behave – they reduce our inhibitions and may affect … Continue reading Student Guide to Road Safety
Reported Road Casualties in 2018 Date: 31 July 2019 EX E C U T I V E S UMMA R Y – L E E D S D I S T R I C T RTC STATISTICS OF 2018 In 2018, the number of road casualties in the district fell for the third consecutive year, … Continue reading EXECUTIVE SUMMARY – Leeds
Walk to School Week is just around the corner 20th-24th May We want schools in Leeds to part in our 'Leaf The Car at Home' themed week. Find out here how to get your pack and get involved.
It is almost that time of year when the casualty data from January to December 2018 is released. For those who are not aware, data is collected by the police at the scene of each collision, including location, time, vehicles involved and what they were doing before the collision, along with further details about the people involved.
Original road safety films highlight ‘inattentional blindness’ What do cymbals, wands, sausages and cartwheels have in common? They all feature in brilliant educational films and podcasts made by Y7 and Y8 students and launched today to help promote road safety. Four groups of young people took part in the project, supported by the Police and … Continue reading You look… but do you see?
‘School gate parking’ is a phrase that today’s parents, teachers and local residents will hear frequently. It causes so much tension around the ‘school run’ times that many schools report to us incidences of conflict between those who park at the school gate and those who don’t. Whatever your thoughts are on this issue, it … Continue reading Let’s have a chat about ‘School Gate Parking’
There was once a time when our streets were unrestricted spaces which belonged to no one group or form of transport. They were places where people would stop and have a chat with their neighbours; where kids would be riding their bikes or playing ball games; where families looked out for one another. But most … Continue reading Are you a Two Zero Hero? 20mph is now the new speed limit on many local and residential streets in Leeds.