Living Waters Lutheran College Halls Head receives safety vests


Centre manager Alison Broadbent, Living Waters students, Taryn Palermo, Tania Gigg and police Sergeant Paul Trimble.
Centre manager Alison Broadbent, Living Waters students, Taryn Palermo, Tania Gigg and police Sergeant Paul Trimble.

HALLS Head Central continues its long association with the Being Seen, Being Safe road safety campaign, providing 150 high visibility vests to students from Living Waters Lutheran College, Halls Head.

Centre manager Alison Broadbent and marketing manager Taryn Palermo, Sergeant Paul Trimble from WA Police and Tania Gigg from School Drug Education and Road Aware presented the vests to students this week.

Living Waters is the fourth school in the Peel region to receive corporate sponsorship to ensure students are kept safe on the roads.

The program has already received positive feedback from schools, parents, police and motorists, by raising awareness of speed around school zones.

The vests are a reminder for drivers to slow down.

As part of a school assembly, all children participated in a road safety workshop and were also encouraged by WA Police to take a road safety pledge.