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National lockdown: Stay at home

Overview

Staffordshire has some of the safest roads in the country, a record that we aim to maintain. We've achieved this through an effective education, training and publicity programme with schools playing a key role.

Road Safety Education Officers (RSEO) work with schools to provide road safety education and training to equip children to travel safely.

We offer a wide variety of resources, projects and presentations that schools can use free of charge. Road safety education is offered to every school in the county supported by the area RSEO. All age ranges are catered for and topics covered include pedestrian training, transition from primary to high school, risk-taking as pedestrians, in-vehicle safety and pre-driver training for high school pupils.

Road Safety education team

The Lead Road Safety Education Officers for the area's are as follows: 

Cannock Chase District, South Staffordshire District, Stafford Borough

Carolyn Bevan 

Staffordshire Moorlands District, Newcastle under Lyme Borough

Paul Cope 

Stoke on Trent City

Hannah Boast 

Lichfield District, East Staffordshire, Tamworth Borough

Lisa Wright 

Contact us

Email: roadsafetyeducation@staffordshire.gov.uk 

Enquiries for 6th form and colleges should be directed to: roadsafety@staffordshire.gov.uk

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