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Pupils win competition for designing safety signs

14th April 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Pupils from a school have won a competition to design safety signs which will be displayed outside their school.

The two children, from Markington Primary School, will have their safety signs displayed on railings outside the school to warn motorists about pupils crossing the road and to keep their speed down, the Ripon Gazette reports.

Jake Manock and Katie Croxford's designs were selected by three judges from Ripon Police, North Yorkshire fire and rescue services and the Harrogate District Community Safety Partnership.

Markington Primary School headteacher, Michelle Dawson, told the news provider: "The children each did a brilliant design. They took a long time and care over their entries."

As well as having their safety signs on show for all to see, the children both won chocolate eggs for their hard work.

According to figures from the AA, around 5,000 children under the age of 16 die or are seriously injured on Britain's roads each year. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800499828-ADNFCR


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