JKP Parking Servis' educational campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school' continues on Monday, 30th April in primary schools in Grocka municipality. The first graders of seven primary schools in that municipality will get high visibility vests, and in an interactive performance the children will be taught the basic road rules.
JKP ‘Parking Servis' and Traffic Police Department representatives will visit the primary schools at Palilula, Zvezdare, Novi Beograd, Voždovac and Zemun next.
The campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school' coordinator, Miroljub Vojinović has said that for the last five years that the campaign has been going on, about 70 000 first graders has received high visibility vests.
‘Since the beginning g of this school term we have visited 84 primary schools in eleven city municipalities and given away 7 300 high visibility vests. We are really happy with the way the campaign is developing as well as with the children's enthusiasm to learn about the new road rules. Within the campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school', JKP ‘Parking Servis' continues to set up safety signalization in the zones of the primary schools in Belgrade. So far we have put in horizontal and vertical signalization in the zones of the following schools: ‘Sveti Sava', ‘Ratko Mitrović' i ‘Skadarlija' - said Vojinović
According to him, by the end of the year the signalization will be installed in the proximity of 20 Belgrade primary schools. Its aim is to warn drivers that they are in a schools zone.
The campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school' takes place the whole year. The children are given high visibility vests and taught road rules on a daily basis. By the end of the year, every first grader will have a high visibility vest so as to be more conspicuous on their way from home to school. This year, 15000 children started school.
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