As a department we aim to educate and inform boys that every decision they make has consequences. Boys study this subject for two years and from having little or limited knowledge of how our roads work graduate the subject with a deeper understanding of cause and effect for their actions on the road both as pedestrian and motorist.
Our vision is to share with that of the Department for Infrastructures campaign of “Share the Road to Zero”. We equip our boys with skills which help them make informed mature decisions about the responsibilities they have when behind the wheel. Statistically it will be boys aged between 17 and 25 who are more likely to end up in a serious collision than any other. We feel we are trying to do our part so that no Campbell College pupil will become a statistic of any road traffic collision.