School crossing patrols
School crossing patrollers are valuable members of the community.
There are currently 60 patrollers in Buckinghamshire who devote their time to helping children safely reach school as well as assisting adults across the road.
Failing to stop
It is an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1984 if you do not stop when asked by a patroller, you can also:
- be fined up to £1000
- get 3 penalty points on your licence
- be disqualified from driving
If your daily journey takes you past a school, especially at the beginning of the school day or the end, allow yourself more time as you may be requested by a patroller to stop.
We're recruiting for school crossing patrollers at the following locations:
|Bedgrove Infant and Junior Schools, Aylesbury||Relief work|
|St Mary’s & All Saints C of E School, Beaconsfield||Morning and afternoon|
|St Peters CE School, Burnham||Morning and afternoon|
|Chalfont St Giles Villages Schools||Morning and afternoon|
|Elmtree School, Chesham||Morning and afternoon|
|Carrington Infant & Junior Schools, High Wycombe||Morning and afternoon|
|Tylers Green First School, High Wycombe||Morning and afternoon|
|Stoke Poges School, Stoke Poges||Morning and afternoon|
To apply in the south of the county, contact Georgina Longley by:
To apply in the north of the county, contact Corinne Randall by: