Wirral Council’s Road Safety Team have been working with schools to assist in their post-lockdown reopening.
The plans include a return of the School Crossing Patrol service who play a crucial role in ensuring that children get to school as safely as possible.
Cllr Liz Grey, Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, says: “As lockdown starts to ease and we begin to travel more, it is so important that we stay alert on our roads. I am really pleased that School Crossing Patrols will be able to support schools as they reopen to help protect the safety of children and their parents travelling to the site.”
MRSP and the Road Safety Teams are keen to make sure that children and their families are ready for the walk, cycle, or car ride to school and have issued some tips to help make the journey safer. Please follow this link to read the tips and the article in full.