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Coordinator resources

Medley of road safety project images.

Road safety and school travel coordinators can use these resources with their local schools.

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Neighbourhood safety

An A4 flyer about being active and safe in your neighbourhood. Thanks to Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Ready Steady Go!

A hands-on series of 10 active travel lessons for Year 5-6 students. Teacher handbook and student workbook included. Thanks to Auckland Transport who developed this programme in collaboration with New Zealand Schools Partnership.

Scooter safety with Wellington Paranormal

Four videos about safe scooter use in English and te reo Māori. Featuring the cast of TV show Wellington Paranormal. Thanks to Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Car park safety for schools

Lesson plan and resources for students to learn how to stay safe near school car parks. Featuring everyone's favourite ninjas. Thanks to Auckland Transport.

Student views on bus safety

A mascot, written stories, and head-mounted cameras help students from rural and town schools share perspectives on school bus safety. Thanks to Far North REAP.

Bus safety video and more

This video helps students learn about safety on the school bus, with a focus on rural communities. Featuring the ninjas and thanks to Auckland Transport.

Walking on rural roads

Lesson plan and resources to help students learn safe ways to walk to school on rural roads. Featuring the Walking Ninjas. Thanks to Auckland Transport.

Keeping safe near trucks

Lesson plan and resources to help students learn to stay safe on roads where trucks may be driving. Ninja video included. Thanks to Auckland Transport.

Map classroom activity Tipi Haere

Printable resources for students to map their own safe routes to school. Thanks to Wellington City Council.

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