Year 3 recently completed their pedestrian training! Our eager learners embarked on a journey around our local school area, equipped with knowledge and determination to become responsible pedestrians.

Under the guidance of guides and with the support staff, our young explorers delved into the intricacies of road safety. Through interactive sessions and hands-on activities, they discovered the importance of being vigilant and cautious while navigating the streets.

One of the highlights of our expedition was learning about the various types of crossings on the road. From zebra crossings to pedestrian lights, our students gained invaluable insights into the significance of each crossing and the rules that govern them. Through engaging discussions and role-playing exercises, they honed their skills in identifying and utilising these crossings safely.

But our learning didn’t stop there! With the guidance of our knowledgeable instructors, our Year 3 class also delved into the essential principles of being responsible pedestrians. They learned about the significance of stop, look, and listen before crossing, as well as the importance of holding hands with an adult when near roads.

As the day unfolded, our students embraced these teachings with enthusiasm and determination. They eagerly demonstrated their newfound knowledge, showcasing their ability to assess road conditions, identify potential hazards, and make safe decisions when crossing the road.

At the heart of our pedestrian training adventure lies a commitment to fostering a culture of safety and responsibility among our students. By empowering them with the skills and knowledge to navigate the streets confidently, we are equipping them with invaluable life skills that will serve them well beyond the school gates.