Help requested posted on 2nd October 2012:
Rural Child Pedestrian Training
We are currently looking at putting together a Rural Pedestrian Training Scheme to sit along side our Urban Footsteps. Before we possibly attempt to 'reinvent the wheel' is anyone delivering anything that either has a child centred rural pedestrian element to it or are you delivering a stand alone rural scheme? Also signposts to rural specific resources would also help in saving money!
West Sussex County Council
Response posted on 3rd October 2012 by:
95 Alive Partnership
T: 01609 532616
Child Ped Training
I have passed your qeury on to two members of my team - we have an established programme that we have used in both urban and very rural schools. I've asked either Ann Smallwood - who is a qualified teacher and our RS Curriculum Adviser - plus Lisa Ward who ran the scheme for 2 years.
Sadly we no longer provide the training due to staff and budget cuts but we have produced a complete package that every primary school has been given and they run the scheme themselves.
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