kerb drill

kerb drill

n
a pedestrian's procedure for crossing a road safely, esp as taught to children
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This cannot be classed as indoctrination any more than teaching them kerb drill or their times tables, it's just naturally what we would want to do.
He added: ``Little boys are rather a handful but you had brought him up properly and taught him kerb drill and about the danger of that road.
She has sent a Jade's Appeal safety video to every secondary school in Kent, hopes to visit every primary in the county to press home the lesson and is planning a theatre workshop to teach very young children kerb drill.
Our days ended with chairs on tables, and a recital of kerb drill.