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JRSO stands for Junior Road Safety Officer. There's no one correct way to run a JRSO programme – it all depends on what best suits each school. However, one very important role is the JRSO Co-ordinator, an adult in the school who supports the JRSOs in carrying out their duties. Here's just one suggestion for selecting JRSOs: Primary 6 pupils, or pupils at the end of Primary 5, apply for the job by filling in an application form. On the form they have to say why they would like the job and what would make them a good JRSO. The applicants may then be asked to attend an interview. The interview panel can be made up of the JRSOs who are finishing and a teacher and/or the JRSO Co-ordinator.

Level of Education: School

Lead Organisation: Road Safety Scotland

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