It’s fun to go out but… Naomi reads road safety book on camera in support of Child Safety Week

The book, written by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) explains to children and parents how to stay safe on the roads.

Every year The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) give out over 5,000 of these CAPT books to parents who attend the reception road safety sessions.

Due to school closures and social distancing measures this hasn’t been possible, so road safety officer, Naomi, has recorded her own reading of the book.

Naomi said: “We don’t want parents and children to miss out on the valuable education we offer in schools so are constantly looking for different ways to push out our road safety messages.

“Today is the start of CAPT road safety week so we thought we’d show our support by reading their book on camera.

“I hope this video is both useful and enjoyable.”

CAPT is the UK’s leading charity working to reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in accidents.

To watch the film please click here.

1 June 2020

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