A helpful statement of the bleeding obvious from the Welsh Assembly Government:
"With the clocks going back this weekend, parents are reminded that both darker nights and darker mornings mean children are more vulnerable on our roads as they are less visible to motorists.
"The Assembly Government urge’s (sic) parents to ensure that their children wear something bright and take extra care when out and about."
If only the Assembly Government would "take extra care" with its use of apostrophes you could almost trust it to educate your children.
Another top tip: "Bright fluorescent clothing shows up best during the day, especially in dull or misty weather but doesn’t show up after dark."
One more thing - don't forget to wrap up warm. (OK, I made that bit up).