Norville students add colour to Road Safety Week

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Senior Constable McNish chats to the Norville State School students about bicycle safety
Senior Constable McNish chats to the Norville State School students about bicycle safety.

Norville State School students recently spent some time colouring for a cause with help from Senior Constable Karen McNish for Queensland Road Safety Week.

Now in its fifth year, Queensland Road Safety Week 2019 was held from 26-30 August 2019.

Throughout the week, the Department of Transport and Main Roads and Queensland Police Service joined together to put the spotlight on road safety, helping people understand how they can keep themselves and others stay safe on the road.

Events ranged from bike safety workshops for kids to caravan inspections for grey nomads – and everything in between.

On Monday, 26 August Senior Constable McNish chatted to Year 4, 5 and 6 classes about road safety and travelling to school by car, bike or walking.

The day was also used to launch a colouring competition.

Last Wednesday, Senior Constable McNish returned to the school to announce the winners.

First, second, third and participation prizes were generously donated by Bundaberg businesses, including Cha Cha Chocolate Shop, Puddles Car Wash, Rebel Sports and McDonald’s.

Well done to all those students who took part!

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