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CiTV’s Sam Homewood fronts THINK! child road-safety campaign
The new THINK! campaign is urging children to ‘stop, look, listen, think’ and is fronted by children’s presenter Sam Homewood.
New materials for teachers and parents have been released by THINK!, as well as a new Safer Journeys Anthem, featuring the ‘stop, look, listen, think’ message.
Games, films and lesson plans also support the campaign, that has been timed for before the half term and summer school holidays when children are likely to be spending more time outdoors.
Sam Homewood said: “I’m delighted to be a part of this THINK! campaign to help spread the word about road safety among young people.
“Working with children every day, I see the huge impact that simple precautions can have on their lives. I hope this campaign will help keep children safe on our roads and encourage them to look out for each other.”
The resources include mobile games and educational films with photographs and illustrations created by students from Farnborough Sixth Form College. A new THINK! Map can help children to pinpoint risky areas near them and consider the best way to travel safely.Read more