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What is a JRSO?

A JRSO is a Year 5 or 6 pupil who is chosen by their school to promote road safety awareness in their school to all pupils, parents and staff. They will work with the support of a school staff helper and a member of Nottinghamshire County Council's Road Safety team.

What does a JRSO do?

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Displays road safety messages on their road safety notice board 

Runs road safety competitions among pupils in their school

Takes part in assemblies using their chosen road safety themes

Organises road safety activities that help to get their messages across  

Plans road safety activities that reinforce road safety messages appropriate for the time of year. E.g. Dark nights  - Be Seen Be Safe, or Lighter evenings - Playing Out Safely.

How does a school take part in the JRSO scheme?

Head teachers or teachers can register their school’s interest and get more information by contacting Nottinghamshire County Council’s road safety team at:

email: roadsafety@nottscc.gov.uk
0115 977 4373 (Broxtowe, Gedling, Rushcliffe)
01623 520034 (Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Mansfield, Newark)

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