Teachers and families and whānau will find resources and support on road and rail safety on this website created by the NZ Transport Agency.

NCEA credits for driver licences

It was recently announced that students who have, or who obtain Class 1 driver licences, can be awarded NZQF standards and NCEA credits from 1 April 2016.

All young drivers are encouraged to learn the skills required to become safer drivers on New Zealand roads. They can now earn assessment credits for the time and commitment they undertake to go through the Graduated Driver Licence System.

For more information, read the Media Statement (Beehive website), talk to your school or contact the Ministry of Education.

Free to schools: online literacy and numeracy modules

Pathways Awarua helps learners improve reading, writing, listening and numeracy. Some modules offer content for the learner, restricted and heavy vehicles driver licenses. Secondary school students and teachers can join.

Virtual Field Trips

From giant tunnels to smart motorways, click and explore the projects covered by videos, web conferences and other learning resources.

Literacy and Numeracy resources for Secondary School

Pam Hook has revised these flexible engaging resources.
Get students learning through vehicle safety checks, the road code, citizenship and more.