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Free holiday road safety program

Event Name Free holiday road safety program
Start Date 15th Apr 2019 10:00am
End Date 17th Apr 2019 12:00pm
Duration 2 days and 2 hours
Description

SAPOL is once again offering a free road safety program for primary school aged children during the April school holidays.

The school holiday program was held for the first in 2018 at the Road Safety Centre and proved very popular with spots filling quickly.

While South Australian children have the opportunity to visit the centre as part of a school excursion, not all schools participate in this program. The free holiday program provides an additional opportunity for children to gain vital road safety education.

Participants in the two-hour program will have a classroom session, followed by a practical session of bicycle riding on the mock roadway to put into practice their new knowledge.

All equipment is supplied and the Road Safety Centre has a range of bicycles to cater for all riders.

Three sessions, covering two age groups, are being offered at Thebarton Police Barracks, Port Road, Thebarton from 10.00 am to midday:

* Monday, 15 April for children 5 – 8 years - FULL
* Tuesday, 16 April for children 5 – 8 years - FULL
* Wednesday, 17 April for children 9 – 12 years.


Spaces are limited, so to make a booking please contact the Road Safety Section at SAPOL.RoadSafetySection@police.sa.gov.au from 9am on Tuesday, 26 March. Please include following details in the email:

  • preferred date
  • name of participant
  • age of participant
  • parent/Guardian name / phone number/ postal address / email
  • participants medical issues
  • participants riding ability.

A member of the Road Safety Section will then confirm your request.

Don’t forget, the mock roadway is available for public use throughout the school holidays – unless booked. To find out more visit the Road Safety Centre website