COMPETITIONS

Enter our 2018 Road Safety Song Writing Competition

After the success of our Road Safety Song Writing Competition earlier this year, we are looking for our 2018 superstars.

We are inviting pupils from across the regional to think about what road safety means to them and put it into a song!

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ROAD SAFETY SONG WRITING COMPETITION

We recently launched a Road Safety Song Writing Competition, where pupils in schools across the West Midlands were asked to think about what road safety means to them and turn it into a catchy song.

We received a fantastic response and would like to thank everyone who entered for their hard work and imagination. After a difficult judging process, we have managed to narrow down the competition and chosen 5 fantastic schools to be our finalists.

These schools have all captured the essence of what we are trying to achieve with The Conies – bringing the serious issue of Road Safety awareness to children, but in a fun and entertaining way that they’ll never forget.

‘CROSSING THE ROAD SAFELY’

Banners Gate Primary School in Sutton Coldfield – written by Ziva and Bahar

‘THINK SAFE, STAY SAFE’

Burnwood Community School in Chell Heath, Stoke on Trent – performed by the whole school

‘LOOK LEFT, RIGHT AND USE YOUR HEAD!’

Deykin Avenue School in Witton, Birmingham

ROAD SAFETY AWARENESS RAP

Trinity C of E Primary School in New Cross, Wolverhampton

‘IT’S ALL ABOUT THE STOP’

Delves Infant School in Walsall