Student work on road safety
Here you can view projects and creations made by New Zealand school students about road safety.
- computer games and board games
- digital books
Note: The video clips embedded in this section are also provided as links on the Safeshare website, which is a safer way for students to watch YouTube clips, with few distractions or links to other content.
View top entries from the Future Transport Competition 2017
Winners: Best Games Showcase page with videos, playable games and judges' comments.
Winners: Best Narratives Showcase page with videos, stories and judges' comments.
Check out games designed by students to help others learn about safe road use.
Students in kura kaupapa Māori and rumaki reo have created their own story books about road safety. View the published digital books here.
Here are some examples of how school students have developed and expressed ideas about safe travel. Many of these projects were entries into picture book competitions.
See videos made by students about safe walking to school.
Here are examples of students creating messages about staying safe as passengers, and other topics related to vehicle use.
Year 7 students come up with creative messages and technology prototypes after investigating aspects of the science behind vehicle safety.