News about road safety education

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  • Road safety walk ties into classroom learning

    May 12 2015. A school’s junior primary students will learn about road safety throughout the term.
  • Road Safety Week as it happened

    May 7 2015. This article links to news articles and social media generated during the global Road Safety Week which began on Monday.
  • Student learning showcased

    May 6 2015. It’s Road Safety Week but great learning takes place throughout the year. Here are highlights from student road safety projects in recent times.
  • Starter classroom activities by Pam Hook

    May 5 2015. Road Safety week is underway. A package of five curriculum activities by Pam Hook is ready for teachers to use in the classroom.
  • Road Safety Week begins

    May 4 2015. Road Safety Week begins today. Here's a look at how young people are getting involved around the world via social media.
  • NZ schools join global road safety week

    April 22 2015. Local, national and international campaigns to save children’s lives on the roads are in focus starting May 4.
  • Online tool for learning the road code

    April 8 2015. Learners can build literacy and numeracy as they prepare for driver licensing through online modules.
  • March 24 marks the start of the war memorial field trip

    March 16 2015. Students can investigate the significance of the new Pukeahu National War Memorial Park during a virtual field trip this month.
  • Memorial Park history by the numbers

    March 2 2015. A look at some of the historical facts and dates behind the virtual field trip to Pukeahu National War Memorial Park starting March 24.
  • Memorial Park: collaboration boosted by online learning

    February 26 2015. Classroom collaboration and engagement are outcomes from virtual field trips. Memorial Park 4 starts March 24.
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