Bay of Plenty school road safety stories
Be inspired and gain fresh ideas from other schools about how you can support road and rail safety. Here you'll find examples of schools working through the curriculum, enhancing their ethos and organisation, and building community partnerships.
Search by region to see what the schools in your area, and throughout New Zealand, are doing. You can submit your own stories too.
June 10 2013. A competition for school students to decorate cycle helmets saw its biggest number of entries this year.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/colourful-competition-reinforces-bicycle-helmet-checks
June 10 2013. Examples of student road safety inquiry and artwork available in a single document.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/view-student-road-safety-banners
Primary students marched through Tauranga in a parade that was the culmination of inquiry projects looking at community road safety.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/road-safety-messages-on-parade
Students create a sign to ensure visitors enter school grounds slowly.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/ata-haere-slowly-does-it,-say-kura-students
If your journey’s short you could walk to school, Walking can be really cool.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/katikati-schools-walkiing-song
Gate Pa School, Tauranga operate 7 walking school buses. .http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/how-far-have-we-walked-this-yearv
Road Safety messages depicted on Orange Day Parade banners.http://education.nzta.govt.nz/stories/bay-of-plenty/orange-day-parade-2011-a-great-success