Tower Hamlets pupils get 'Streets Ahead'
A road safety themed activity booklet called ‘Streets Ahead’ has been created for school children in Tower Hamlets.
Written, designed and illustrated by B3 Creative, the booklet is aimed at year five and six pupils in the borough. It covers areas such as the Green Cross Code, road signs, and what clothing to wear.
The 12-page booklet also contains puzzles, quizzes, facts, information, and jokes.
Angela Smith, Tower Hamlets’ road safety officer, said: “I think that our Year 5 and 6 pupils will have a lot of fun completing these booklets.”
For more information contact Sarah Townsend from B3 Creative on 0207 650 0743.
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