Our Walk Wise programme has been developed to allow primary school children in Years 1 and 2 to become confident and competent pedestrians with an understanding and awareness of safer road use, consideration for other pavement users and the golden rules – stop, look, listen and think.
Our Walk Wise Pedestrian Skills Programme is 100% practical based, guiding children through a wide range of scenarios and everyday situations in safe, risk-assessed environments.
Each child participating in our Walk Wise programme will complete 2 hours of practical training, typically spread across 4 weeks and is designed to give children the skills and confidence to walk short distances more safely.
What does the programme cover?
- Where do we walk?
- Parked cars
- Where do we cross the road?
- How do we cross the Road?
- How do we cross at Junctions?
- Course design and delivery
- School scheduling and course management
- School and parent information packs
- High visibility vests for all children, parents & teachers
- Instructor training, scheduling and management
- School specific risk assessments and route planning
- DfT THINK! Tales of the Road – A Highway Code for Young Road Users booklet
- Digital Certificates
How is it delivered?
- Our team of trained instructors will attend your school to run the course. Courses are delivered during the school day and comprise of 4 x 30-minute sessions.
If you would like more information regarding our Walk Wise programme or you would like to book your sessions then please email email@example.com or call us on 01242 504525.
How to order
Create a Quick Quote OR call us on 01242 504525 to discuss further. Once a quote has been received please arrange for a Purchase Order to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org OR faxed to 01952 797465.
When your Purchase Order has been received an invoice will be sent back to you which also includes a delivery date.
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