Buzz Road Safety Education was established in 2011 drawing on years of experience delivering engaging workshops for young road users in school and college environments. We offer a full range of workshops covering all aspects of PHSE/Citizenship and create and deliver bespoke lessons and workshops catering for specific curriculum needs.
T: 07790 132 115 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feet2Feet provide Theatre in Education Road Safety shows, Pedestrian Skills Training, Scooter Safety Training and Balance Bike Training.
T: 02030 020350 / E: email@example.com
Address: Christopher corner, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud GL6 7NZ
Roadmaster UK, was founded over 17 years ago to help children recognise the dangers on our roads. We have developed teaching equipment and resources for schools that help provide children with road sense skills to become aware of today’s busy traffic situations and the constant dangers on our roads.
T: 0121 706 7630 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org
WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms. We are technical experts and strategic advisors including engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, programme and construction management professionals.
Driven by shared values
We’re a people business. We have 7,800 employees in a network of offices across the UK united by our values: collaboration, innovation, pride, and passion for our work. And safety and sustainability are embedded in everything that we do.
We have world-class people in every area of engineering consultancy. If we don’t have the right expertise in the UK, we know one of our 42,000 strong network of talented people in more than 500 offices across 40 countries will. We learn from each other as we deliver the highest quality solutions for our clients.
We are commissioned by Shropshire Council to deliver a Road Safety Education programme to pre-school and primary school pupils, secondary school and college students, and their staff, through talks and presentations, practical training, and provision of a variety of road safety education resources.
Other key functions included:
• Overseeing Shropshire Council’s Bikeability cycle training programme.
• Support to schools with delivery of sustainable travel schemes and preparation of Shropshire Council’s Sustainable Modes of Travel Strategy annual update.
• Management of School Crossing Patrol service.
Key achievements in (2016/17)
Road safety education – engaged with over 5,000 pre-school and primary school children and some 8,100 secondary school and college students.
Stepping Out pedestrian training – Stepping Out child pedestrian training was delivered to over 2,800 children at 69 primary and junior schools across Shropshire.