To help celebrate the fantastic work students have been doing on road safety and announce the winners of a road safety sign competition, Lynne Featherstone MP visited a special assembly at Alexandra Primary School.
The Hornsey and Wood Green MP gave out prizes to the competition winners, Haidi and Zazia, who not only won brand new bikes, but also saw their winning designs put on road signs that will appear outside the Wood Green school.
The special assembly was the culmination of a joint effort between the school, the local police and neighbourhood management to help teach the children about road safety.
Lynne Featherstone MP comments:
“The winning designs are just fabulous and will hopefully make passing motorists slow down and think twice about road safety so close to the school.
“This area sees a lot of heavy traffic and it’s extra important for kids who live and go to school in such a busy place to know how to stay safe.
“And teaching kids about traffic awareness in this fun and innovative way really seems to work!”