Safety for students at Cromer Public School will be strengthened with one of 88 new school crossing supervisors to soon be appointed as students return to the classroom.
I am pleased that Cromer Public is one of 80 schools across the state preparing to welcome a new school crossing supervisor as part of the NSW Government’s plan to fast track the appointment of 300 new school crossing supervisors within three years.
This appointment has been made possible thanks to the Government’s $18.5 million commitment to increasing student safety around schools. The new crossing supervisor will monitor children at the crossing in Carawa Road as they walk to and from school and will be the first/second supervisor at our school.
I, along with the wider school community, look forward to welcoming the new school crossing supervisor over the coming months as they join more than 1200 others across the state helping to keep primary school students safe.