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Exmouth pupils educated on road safety

3rd January 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Exmouth police have taught the importance of road safety to pupils at Littleham Primary School, helping them to gain a better understanding of warning signs.

Youngsters at the school teamed up with the police to stop speeding motorists, with the pupils designing safety signage and tracking the speed of passing vehicles, according to the Exmouth Journal.

Police Community Support Officer Malcolm Maguire spent the morning with the pupils as part of national Road Safety Week, teaching them a number of vital skills.

Mr Maguire told the newspaper: "All aspects of road safety were discussed and explored in the classroom and also practical exercises using the speed indication detection outside the school."

In recent weeks, the Dumfries & Galloway Standard reported that councillors have agreed to fund a vehicle-activated safety sign, which shows the speed of vehicles around the school, warning pedestrians of any possible danger.


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