Thank you to Jude who visited our school today to tell all our primary pupils about Road Safety.
The assembly was particularly poignant as it was a wonderful message that the family of little Bobby Colleran are spreading far and wide. Very sadly Bobby was knocked down and killed, outside his school. Jude apart from reading one of the fantastic books about SUPERBOB, was reminding all our pupils and adults about the need for road safety EVERYWHERE.Thanks you Jude for helping to spread this much needed message. Our School Council will now champion it in school too.
The Bobby Colleran Trust was officially registered as a charity in September 2015 following the fatal accident of Bobby Colleran age 6 on 24th October 2014.
Bobby was on his way home from school walking along his school road with his mum Joanne when he was knocked over & killed.
Since Bobby’s accident, his family have campaigned for safer roads outside all schools, they have been supported by the people of Liverpool & England as all parents, teachers & people, in general, are aware of how dangerous our school runs are & all fear for our children’s safety.
Bobby was a beautiful little boy full of fun & mischief & was very mature for his age. He was the second child of David & Joanne Colleran and had 3 brothers, Harry his older brother and his younger twin brothers Frankie & Georgie. Bobby was educated on Road safety and had never crossed a road before his accident without an adult, this is why his family work so hard to promote road safety as this could happen again to any child.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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