First Class pupils at Scoil Naomh Buithe National School in Tenure are through to the final five in the country of the Road Safety Association’s (RSA) Safe Cross Code Dance Competition.
They’re actually in second place at the moment but the winners will be decided by a public on line vote and they’re asking locals for their number ones!
The prize of 30 new tablets for the school, would be hugely valuable to the school, especially for the special needs kids.
“We are looking for the most creative, enthusiastic and road safety aware students in Ireland to show us, and others, how to cross the road safely” an RSA spokesperson said at the competition launch recently.
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“We are inviting Primary School students across the country to take part in our Safe Cross Code Dance Competition which is a fun way to learn how to cross the road safely.
“We want students to show us that they know the Code by performing the Safe Cross Code dance routine in English or Irish and sending us a video of their class doing the routine! You might have seen the Safe Cross Code routine already, but just in case you haven’t, you can see it here.
Watch the Naomh Buithe NS video below and then CLICK HERE TO GIVE THEM YOUR VOTE
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