Year 12s attended Safe Drive Stay Alive
Year 12s attended ‘Safe Drive Stay Alive’
On Tuesday 28th of November Year 12 students attended ‘Safe Drive Stay Alive’ event at Winston Churchill Hall in Ruislip. A production combining film and real life anecdotes was organised as part of Road Safety Week to help encourage careful driving among young people.
The 90-minute ‘Safe Drive, Stay Alive’ hopes the challenges facing inexperienced drivers and passengers, including the hazards of texting, peer pressure, distractions, drinking and drugs. A bereaved parent and a seriously injured crash survivor also spoke about their ordeals. Pupils were shown a video that demonstrated the impact of not driving safely.
The students found the event emotional but also very beneficial in regards to road safety awareness.