Buncrana students are road safety
STUDENTS from Scoil
Mhuire, Buncrana recently completed a ground
breaking road safety programme facilitated by Pro
Social Ireland. The programme was designed to
address particular problem areas such as emotional
control, social responsibility, driving under the
influence and the consequences of anti-social
behaviour while driving.
Students from Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana
receiving certificates following their participation
in the Pro Social Ireland Road Safety Programme.
Picture also includes Mick Quinlivan, Pro Social
Ireland, Paul McCusker, Pro Social Ireland,
Inspector Michael Harrison, Ciaran Maguire, Pro
Social Ireland, Leslie O’Donnell and Denis Ferry.
The presentation of
certificates was held recently in the LYIT where the
students who completed the programme were
acknowledged for their participation.
Mick Quinlivan, Pro Social Ireland, stated “we were
delighted to be given the opportunity to deliver the
programme and we would like to thank the Donegal
Road Safety Working Group for all their assistance”.
Inspector Michael Harrison said "in my opinion this
course will save lives on our roads and I am
delighted to see that the programme continues to be
delivered to schools in Donegal. Reducing the number
of deaths and injuries on Donegal’s roads is a
responsibility we all share”.
Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer, Donegal County
Council thanked Dennis Ferry & Leslie O’Donnell who
gave a great presentation on the risks associated
with bad driving behaviour and the precautions that
needs to be in place for driving safely. Mulroy
College Milford, Scoil Mhuire Buncrana and Lifford
Youthreach students were thanked for their active
involvement in the programme.