Youngsters at a school have proven they know how to stay safe on the roads after winning a county award.
Year 5 and 6 pupils at Langham Primary School are celebrating after winning Rutland Schools Road Safety Competition. The annual competition is run by Rutland County Council and features a road safety quiz.
Rutland County Council road safety officer Tish Barnwell was on hand to present the children with the engraved cup for their victory.
Ms Barnwell said: “Congratulations to everyone that entered.
“We are very proud of them all and thrilled to have won the competition.”
Our picture shows road safety officer Tish Barnwell with Year 5 and 6 pupils, from left, back, Annie Halford, Harry Peacock, Lizzie Beach, Eden Cousens, Samantha Rodgers, front, Oliver Little, Charlotte Price, Daniel Bland, twins Charlotte and Bethy Wells and Antonia Neal.
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