This year, we are focusing the efforts of our campaign on the school environment. After-all, what could be more important than the safety of our children? To that end, we have launched a competition, seeking one UK school willing to work with us and become the ‘face’ of this year’s ‘Gate Safety Week’ crusade; leading the way in promoting the importance of gate safety within the school environment.
If your school has automated gates or is intending to have automated gates fitted on the premises, then yours could be the ‘face’ of our 2017 campaign! So, what does the competition involve?
- We would like pupils to design a ‘gate safety’ poster, the theme of which will be ‘Safe Gates Save Lives’ – our 2017 campaign slogan. In addition, pupils will be required to create the ‘Safe Gate Code’ for use in their ideas.
- The competition will commence at the start of summer term [DATE?], with final entries accepted on Friday 9th June by 5pm, and the winner of the best entry will receive a prize and art supplies for their school. Winners will be selected by our Automated Gate Group Chairman, and DHF Training Officer and will be notified and presented with their prizes before the summer holidays commence.
- We are anticipating a high level of media attention for our gate safety in schools campaign (potentially national television and radio), which will draw attention to the importance of ‘Gate Safety Week’ as a whole, and highlight the selected school as spearheading this vital initiative and its key objectives in a positive way. We are hoping that other schools will be drawn to the campaign on the back of your invaluable input and support.
Interested? Then please contact Patricia Sowsbery-Stevens, Marketing Manager at DHF on 01827 52337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about the campaign and competition.