Primary school road safety education resources

There are several road safety education programs for primary schools. Kids on the Move is the key resource.

Kids on the Move logoKids on the Move

Year level

Prep to Year 2 and Years 5 and 6

Description

Kids on the Move is the core road safety education resource for primary schools. This resource focuses on children at AusVELS Levels Prep to 2 when they are starting school and establishing learning patterns and at AusVELS Levels 3 to 6 when they transition to secondary school. 

Kids on the Move provides activities for the classroom and for exploring the traffic environment to allow students to gain important practical experience. It promotes learning at home by engaging parents/carers in teaching their children to become safer road users.


Materials

The resource comprises three books and a DVD, A Child’s World of Traffic.

You can download the resource from the TAC website 

Sample activities

Sample activity no.1 [PDF 369 Kb]
Sample activity no.2 [PDF 296 Kb]

Images of road signs, crossings and roads

The PowerPoint presentations below include images of road signs, crossings and roads to support the Kids on the Move activities.

Public Transport Adventures

Year level

Prep to year six

Description

Public Transport Victoria has an online education program that helps teachers educate students about safe and responsible travel on public transport.

The activities provide students with the skills, knowledge and values to travel confidently and safely.

Public Transport Adventures page on the PTV website (External link).

Street Scene – RACV

Year level

Prep to Year Six

Description

RACV road safety educators are available to visit primary schools to deliver classroom sessions from Prep to Year Six.

Materials

Each school visited also receives a teacher guide that includes a range of integrated teaching ideas and activities and curriculum links.

Contact RACV

RACV (03) 9790 2924 or visit the RACV website (External link).

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