Design a poster for Global Road Safety Week 2015

The poster MUST INCLUDE the words 'Slow Down In Town'. It can be in any colour(s) and any media… it's up to you… let your imagination run wild! 

To enter you need to take a picture or (selfie) of yourself holding your entry like the ones shown in the #takeasafie section on the site.

Use a sheet of A4 or A3 landscape paper to create your design so that you can easily hold it in front of you, whilst you take a photograph then upload using the button below. (Please take your photograph in a landscape).

But don't worry if you can't do this - just enter by uploading a good resolution scanned image in jpeg format of your design.


Remember you can send us your #Safies too!
click here for more

Or, if you prefer you could send it in to us by post to
the following address:

Scottish Road Safety Week Competition 2015
Road Safety Scotland
4th floor, Pentland House
47 Robb's Loan
EH14 1TY

Remember, if posting, put your name and full school address on the back and allow 3-4 days for it to get to us before the closing date.


To enter you must be a JRSO participating school, only one entry per pupil is allowed. You can also work in small teams if you prefer.

A certificate with the winning logo will be awarded to all participating JRSO schools.

The winning school and pupil(s) will receive a framed copy of the certificate with their logo featured and some JRSO items to support the work being doing in school. 

A selection of entries will also be featured on this site in the gallery section and also on 
(Please note only school names will be published online) 


2pm Thursday 30 April

The winning school will be contacted by the end of the school day on Friday 1 May and the result will go online Monday 4 May

The winning school will be presented with their prize on Friday 8 May

Good luck!

If you have any questions please get in touch…


1. Entries accepted from JRSO participating schools in Scotland only.

2. Pupils must have permission from the school to enter.

3. If sending a ‘Safie’ (picture of pupil and entry), parental permission must be given.

4. All entries received become the property of Road Safety Scotland.

5. Postal entries cannot be returned.

6. The decision of the judging panel is final.