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Youngsters get green light to learn road safety

Rebecca Reynolds lead the way in using the new puffin crossing watched by Cllr Jackie Drayton, teachers, school friends and Streets Ahead employees.

Rebecca Reynolds lead the way in using the new puffin crossing watched by Cllr Jackie Drayton, teachers, school friends and Streets Ahead employees.

Students at a Sheffield school have been given a set of pedestrian crossings to learn about road safety.

Children at Seven Hills special school for youngsters with complex needs can now gain the skills they need to travel independently.

Amey and Imtech, companies working to deliver the Streets Ahead roads project, provided the crossings.

Headteacher Clive Rockliff said: “It is easy to underestimate how difficult it is for some of our students to navigate the dangers of public roads, but these new crossings are to practise using different crossings safely.”

 

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