Schools can download posters with messages about safe road use, aimed at a young audience.
Online resources for young people learning towards their driver licence plus information about child restraints are all listed below.
Download and print these posters for classroom walls or to include in school newsletters and websites.
Use them as inspiration for students to create their own posters.
Poster: Pedestrian safety (English) [PDF, 2.2 MB]
Poster: Pedestrian safety (te reo Māori) [PDF, 2.3 MB]
Poster: Cycling safety (English) [PDF, 2.7 MB]
Poster: Cycling safety (te reo Māori) [PDF, 2.8 MB]
Poster: Rail safety (English) [PDF, 2.6 MB]
Poster: Rail safety (te reo Māori) [PDF, 2.6 MB]
All safety posters [ZIP, 14 MB]
The official way to learn to drive. Drive has everything you need to get your licence.
Plus interactive tools, tips and lessons to help people prepare to be a driving coach.
Learning modules for adults and secondary students to strengthen literacy and numeracy in relevant contexts.
Applied pathways related to road safety include:
Register for a secondary teacher account to use Pathways Awarua with a class of students, and gain access to an educator dashboard and professional development.
Pathways Awarua(external link)
The official New Zealand road code has user-friendly explanations of New Zealand road rules.
The code for cycling is a user-friendly guide to New Zealand’s traffic law with a focus on the right thing to do when riding a bike.
Code for cycling(external link)
Waka Kotahi has video guides for installing child restraints and an explanation of legal requirements for their use.