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Road safety education resources from NZ and overseas are now easy to reach through a handy online collection.
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Mix & Mash competition: infographic example. NZTA resources support English lessons on advertising. Students take charge of scooter safety. Police and road safety education.
Who watches our highways?
Learn about the Traffic Operations Centres, where staff manage motorways and traffic lights.
Michelle MacGibbon spoke at the Think Forward Conference
How to make a successful Pick-a-path story using Road Safety and Safe Active Travel was profiled at the recent well attended "Think Forward Conference" at Waimairi School in Christchurch on 3 May 2013
Scooter safety tips
A SlideShare and Powerpoint available now for use at home and in school.
School travel plans – success factors
A report from Ontario, Canada examines what makes school travel plans succeed.
May 20 2013. School students doing projects about transport will be interested to learn about the operations centres that manage highway traffic.
Michelle MacGibbon Deputy Principal of Paroa School and formally of Renwick School in Blenheim spoke at the Think Forward Conference held at Waimairi School 2-3 May 2013.
Teachers and families will find curriculum resources and guidance on road and rail safety on this website created by the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA).
Questions to ask when assessing road safety initiatives available to schools. Also, video presentations about best practice, and links to further research and resources.
Share your stories about how road safety works in your school with other educators.
Use the easy story submission form.
Enter Mix & Mash 2013. Open to primary and secondary students. Includes prize for Best Safer Journeys Story for digital stories about safe school travel.
Flyer with Mix & Mash details (PDF, 200 KB)
Mix & Mash help files – Road safety videos, images and data, tools for remixing and more.
Secondary teachers can download NCEA Level 1 or 2 assessment resources certified by NZQA. Resources for Years 9 and 10 include lesson plans aligned to the NZ Curriculum. Resources can be modified by teachers.
Primary resources include activities for students to actively plan safer journeys. Rail, cycle, walking, and passenger safety and travel to big events are covered. All resources can be modified.
Resources for school ethos and organization and community partnerships are also online. For example, teachers managing school traffic safety teams can create a customized manual for their school, and access sample road safety policy and other resources.
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