The Road Safe series of resources provides learning activities to empower students to participate safely as responsible road users who are aware of their own place in the traffic environment, as well as that of others.
What students will learn
These resources will help students to learn:
- about the traffic environment
- how to observe road hazards
- a range of safe practices that they can use when using the road as a pedestrian and passenger.
Four focus areas
Learning activities are arranged in four focus areas.
Focus area 1: Roads and traffic
Students learn about the appropriate place for different types of traffic on the road. They learn the safest place for children to be and identify simple signs and markings.
- Roads and traffic (PDF, 1.3MB)
- Roads and traffic (DOC, 4.7MB)
Focus area 2: On the move
Students learn the skills to walk safely on or near the road and to cross the road correctly. They learn these skills initially in the classroom and practise them through a practical class excursion.
- On the move (PDF, 834KB)
- On the move (DOC, 416KB)
Focus area 3: By bus or by car
Students develop safety guidelines when travelling in a car. They practise putting on their safety belts and can explain why they must always wear them.
- By bus or by car (PDF, 551KB)
- By bus or by car (DOC, 345KB)
Focus area 4: Managing hazards
Students recognise potential hazards in the traffic environment and will make decisions about how to manage them. They consider who can help them in a traffic situation. They explore safe places to play.
- Managing hazards (PDF, 1MB)
- Managing hazards (DOC, 1.7MB)