PUPILS are being taught about the anti drink-drive message by police in the hope they will take the message home and share it with their parents.
Children from Year 6 classes are being asked to design colourful posters themed around Hampshire Constabulary’s forthcoming Christmas drink and drug-impaired driving campaign, called ‘Is It Worth The Risk?
A total of 22 junior and primary schools are invited to take part. Entries will be judged by mayor of Havant Cllr Paul Buckley with the most thought-provoking being turned into real posters to be displayed in public.
The first school taking part is Woodcroft Primary School, Waterlooville, which received a visit from Safer Neighbourhoods Team officer PC Matthew James on Monday.