Green Cross Code for everyone.
Find a safe place to cross then stop
The safest places to cross are protected places such as Pelican Crossings or Zebra crossings, but you must still ensure that traffic has stopped before you cross.
If there are no protected places then you must find a place where you can see traffic and drivers can see you. This means away from parked cars, and if possible, not on a road junction where traffic could be turning.
Stop just before you get to the kerb
Stop in a position where you can see the traffic and the drivers can see you. Stop a little way back from the kerb, not right on the edge, because if traffic passes to close you could be pulled into the road by passing traffic.
Look all around for traffic and listen
Look and listen carefully in all directions, if you have to cross near a junction you must look and listen for traffic using the side road as well as that on the main road. Remember that drivers have enough to do watching for traffic and they may not think to look for pedestrians. It is better to cross well away from junctions if you can.
If traffic is coming, let it pass
If you can see or hear any traffic coming let it pass, it is very difficult to judge the speed of oncoming traffic so if there is any coming it is safer to wait. Even when traffic seems to be a long way off it could be going fast. When the traffic has passed look all round and listen again.
When it is safe walk straight across the road - do not run
Only when you are sure it is safe should cross the road. Then walk across, in a straight line, not diagonally, and don't run or you may fall. But still keep on looking and listening for traffic while you cross.