Slow to 20mph – Safer Communities

Completion of the 20mph Zone to the front of the school is now close with the fitting of the warning lights to both sets of signs. This is another wonderful achievement for our school and great credit must go to members of our School Council (past and present) for their efforts in securing this much needed improvement to road safety around school. To further educate pupils and parents on the dangers of speeding cars, pupils in Year 4 will be working with officers from Durham County Council on the 21st March on their ‘Slow to 20—Safer Communities’ campaign. Additional information will be sent to parents in due course.

Many thanks to our local councillor, Richard Manchester, for supporting us with the implementation of this new speed limit by monitoring traffic and recording speeding cars along the road in Friday.

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