JRSO Team at Westfields Junior School

The Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs) are 12 children from Year 5 and 6 who work hard to educate other children in our school about road safety through assemblies and teaching road safety lessons in all year groups. They also promote annual events such as ‘Time to Shine Day’ and ‘Walk to School Week’ which increase children’s awareness of wearing bright, fluorescent clothing to be seen during darker months and promote healthy and environmentally friendly alternatives to travel to school such as walking, cycling and riding the bus.

If you would like to find out more, please take a look at the following websites:


Explains the role of a JRSO and has a range of road safety games and resources.


Education resources which explore our road safety teaching resources for children.


Contains information about the Green Cross Code and different road crossings such as a zebra crossing.


Brake is a road safety charity which raises awareness of road safety.  


Here you can find out about safety training for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians, school crossing patrols, casualty statistics and how to drive safely.

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