Published on August 10th, 2014 | by St Peter's College0
Road Awareness Program Presentation for Senior School Parents.
Road crashes are the number one cause of death of 16–24 year olds throughout Australia.
St Peter’s College, along with the SA Metropolitan Fire Service, Save a Life Australia and Adelaide BMW invite our School Community to attend a powerful Road Awareness Program that could save your life and that of your son’s.
Tuesday 26 August
During the evening, prepare to be challenged, moved and enlightened in this 90-minute investment in your safety and that of your children.
This RAP presentation will be as confronting as it will be inspiring. Aimed at the parents of children learning to drive, it will focus on our role as responsible drivers and road users, as well as how we can pass our knowledge onto the next generation of drivers.
“The benefits to all communities are far reaching. We believe that we really can start to make a difference to how all future and current drivers behave on our roads.”
To book your place at this informative evening book here.
• Year 11 students will attend their own RAP presentation held the next day, hence are not required to attend this event.
• This presentation is not suitable for young children.