Colourful posters urging people to stay safe when close to building sites have been created by children in Cambourne. Pupils at the Vine School in Jeavons Lane were given pens, pencils and crayons and set the task of creating posters to help people stay
Colourful posters urging people to stay safe when close to building sites have been created by children in Cambourne.
Pupils at the Vine School in Jeavons Lane were given pens, pencils and crayons and set the task of creating posters to help people stay safe while building work takes place in Cambourne.
Nick Rowell, site manager for Bovis, and Paul Haxell, safety director visited the school and talked to the children about the dangers of building sites.
Mr Haxell said: "The children have obviously worked extremely hard creating their posters which delivered a very strong and effective warning message."
Headteacher of the Vine School, Debbie Higham, added: "Designing the posters gave the children chance to think some more about building site safety. They came up with some wonderful ideas and enjoyed the challenge in their art lessons."
INFORMATION: Bovis has its regional office in Cambourne and is developing a site opposite the Vine School.
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Pictured, Paul Haxel with children at the Vine School who created posters to help people stay safe while building works take place near to their school.