Safe Routes to School | The School Crossing Guard Requirements & Application Form
Welcome to the Safe Routes to School project !
The Safe Routes to School Project aims to encourage walking to the Naxxar Primary school among children aged 4-11, as a form of daily exercise and alternative to the private car.
Three routes have been identified within 1km around Naxxar Primary school and can be consulted on this online map:
(copy paste this link in your browser).
We are recruiting volunteers to act as School Crossing Guards (SCG) in order to increase the roads safety. The role of the School Crossing Guard is to help children and their parents to safely cross the streets along the various road crossing points. The SCGs will receive a certificate of attendance and for services rendered at the end of the pilot project. In kind benefits (such as vouchers) will be offered to the SCGs.
Volunteers who wish to participate as crossing guards must meet the following conditions:
- To be over 18 years old. No upper age limit applies;
- To present a good police conduct (to hand in);
- To have a general knowledge of the Highway Code;
- To be physically able to move on to and off the road;
- To be able to work in all weather conditions;
- To be able to communicate well (English and/or Maltese)
- To be able to judge and deal with emergency traffic situations, putting the safety of pedestrians and themselves first;
- To be able to hold a Stop Sign in one hand;
- To attend the training workshop (dates to be defined in November). All School Crossing Guards (SCG) will be subject to a training workshop, in order to provide basic training and clearly define the role, responsibilities & procedures required to volunteer as a SCG. The training is provided by Project Aegle Foundation where the correct crossing procedure will be explained and tested.
Please, read the Requirements carefully, information contained includes:
- Volunteer Requirements & Assessment
- Timeline and Availability (Hours of Duty)
- Role & Responsibility
- Volunteering Conditions
- Declaration & Applicant Information
This project has been created by Project Aegle Foundation (
), a non-profit organisation, advancing sustainable mobility solutions to alleviate environmental, social and health concerns brought about by the current traffic in Malta. It is implemented with the help of an urban designer & architect, Perit Steve C Montebello.
This project has been funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Sports and Voluntary Organisations within the Ministry for Inclusion and Social Wellbeing.
For any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on
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