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School crossing patrollers

Patrollers have an important role within the community helping children and their parents/carers to cross busy roads on their journeys to and from school.

All drivers have a legal duty to stop when they are shown the STOP sign (lollipop). Failing to stop can lead to a £1,000 fine, three penalty points and disqualification. 

If your daily journey takes you past a school - especially at the beginning of the school day or the end - allow yourself more time as you may be requested by a Patroller to STOP, allowing them to cross children and adults safely over the roads.  

Become a School Crossing Patroller

Are you interested in becoming a School Crossing Patroller?

Do you have an hour a day and want to give something back to the community as well as getting paid?

We currently have vacancies across the county. Both 'off' and 'on' site training is provided.

For further information, visit our jobs page or call the School Crossing Patrol Supervisor on 01494 586639 or 01296 383432.


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