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Pedestrian Road Safety Key Stage 2

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Captain Colin and The Adventures of Bola

A fun and interactive way to educate and entertain. Pupils learn the necessary knowledge and skills to identify, understand and manage risk as a pedestrian. Follow the escapades of a greedy space alien as he learns how to use pedestrian crossings, the importance of stop, look, listen, think and why we all need to be aware of our surroundings when using the roads.

Learning Objectives

  • Develop the skills pupils need to safely use the roads as a pedestrian including, identifying safe places to cross the road and safe crossing procedure
  • Identify existing safety measures and use them correctly such as lollipop people and pedestrian crossings
  • Explore unsafe behaviours and attitudes to road safety including distraction (mp3 players and mobile phones), playing and not giving the road their full attention
  • Be aware of other dangers as a pedestrian when not crossing the road such as cars reversing from drive ways and obstructions such as street furniture
  • Recognise signs warning of dangers and giving information and how these can alter their journey, such as road works or traffic lights not working


100% of adults...
thought the event helped to enable their pupils to stay safe as a pedestrian.

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thought the presentation will help them to further develop the pupils pedestrian safety skills.

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"An excellent way of getting a vital message across in a way that they will remember. Pitched at their level and great use of acting, technology, music and Bola! Very worthwhile road safety show. Thank you."

Teacher, Cwmavon Junior School

"Great resources, very motivational & well put together. The children were fully engaged all the way though the presentation. It reinforced importance of road safety."

Teacher, Gorseinon Primary

"Best road safety talk! Fantastic fun presentation! Loved it!"

Teacher, Pontarddulais Primary

"It was fun and lively performance which really appealed to the children. It kept their attention throughout especially with the audience participation. Great acting."

Teacher, YGG Lon-Las

"A great performance which engaged the pupils throughout. They learned a lot from this today and it will be a great benefit to them."

Teacher, Gwyrosydd Primary

"Clear safety message delivered in a way that captured children’s attention. Fun, exciting but very clear message"

Teacher, Quarrydale School

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