Three Primary Six pupils are selected as Junior Road Safety Officers each year to lead the school on Road Safety. This year our JRSOs are Lyall, Essie and Anna. They are supported by Mr Hutchison and Miss Ferguson as members of our Pupil ECO Group.

 What is a JRSO?

JRSO stands for Junior Road Safety Officer.

The Job of a JRSO

JRSOs are a very important part of the primary school as they help raise road safety awareness and promote road safety issues to everyone in the school and the wider community. Here are just some of the activities JRSOs can get involved in:

  • Talk at assemblies and to classes on road safety topics
  • Encourage everyone to be Bright and Be Seen
  • Promote and get involved in Safe and Active Travel including Walk and Cycle to School Days
  • Promote use of the Living Streets Travel Tracker in classes
  • Raise awareness of Clean Air Day
  • Help monitor air quality near the school
  • Run competitions in the school, get prizes for the winners and hand out merit certificates and badges
  • Use the www.streetwiseguys.co.uk website
  • Use the members’ area of the JRSO website
  • Employ next year’s JRSOs by displaying the advert, handing out application forms and sitting on the interview panel
  After Assembly, on Friday 18th May 2018, our JRSOs, ECO Reps, parent Anna Salman, Angela Christie, Miss McGrouther, Mr
High Five to our three P6 JRSOs, Anna, Essie and Lyall, who were a credit to the school at a
Sciennes P4-7 JASS Assembly 19.5.17 from Sciennes Primary School  On Friday 19th May P7 House and Sports Captains explained the
Our next P4-7 Assembly will take place on Friday 25th November and has a Road Safety theme. It is being
The theme for this year's Brake's Road Safety Week is 'Drive less, live more.'  Please remind pupils that they should
 Junior Road Safety Officers Aidan, Morgan and Kirsty helped launch Brake's Road Safety Week on Monday 17th November at the
Sam Moody CEC Sustainable Travel Development Officer with JRSOs Kirsty and MorganSuperhero badgesAll 97 of our P6 pupils have undergone
Very well done to our JRSOs Kirsty and Morgan (Aidan was unfortunately absent today) and to P4B and Miss McGrouther
Our P6 pupils have all undergone Cycle Training and have been great ambassadors for Active Travel to school. In recognition
In this year’s Road Safety Week (17-23 November 2014), we’re asking everyone to look out for each other on roads.