The five year old helped create a sign to warn drivers outside St Mary and St Pauls primary in Prescot to watch their speed.
The design was created in a competition supported by Knowsley’s Travel Plan Advisor.
Three winning entries have been made into permanent signs displayed outside the school in Bryer Road.
The road safety campaign has also encouraged pupils to walk or cycle to school more often.
Older pupils at the school have taken part in cyclist training to gain the skills and confidence to cycle on the road.
The school has also had some financial help to install racks where bikes can be left and they’ve provided pupils with safety and security equipment.
Cllr Dave Lonergan, Knowsley’s cabinet member for Regeneration, Economy and Skills, said: “The safety of our children is so important.
“We all have to accept our part in that, whether it’s walking our children to school rather than taking the car or, as drivers, watching our speed and taking more care.
“The pupils at St Mary and St Paul’s have made their feelings clear – now it’s up to us to listen to
Pictured is five year old Madison Reed from St Mary and St Paul’s primary in Knowsley calls on drivers to slow down.