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Road safety education

We deliver road safety education to young drivers and their passengers in our Safe Drive, Stay Alive presentation. We also provide schools with road safety resources to deliver to children and young people in secondary schools, these are available to download from the TES website.

These fully resourced lessons include the following:

Independent Travellers

Sponsored by sustainable mobility specialist Arval UK, ‘Independent Travellers’ is a KS3 PSHE lesson which aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to identify potential hazards and explain what they can do to help keep themselves safe as they travel independently.

The lesson aimed at Years 7 and 8:

The transition to secondary school can be daunting for both students and their families alike. Our hope is that this lesson empowers young people with the transferable knowledge and skills to safeguard their own personal safety and lays a good foundation for safe road practices.

Passenger Power

Sponsored by sustainable mobility specialist Arval UK, ‘Passenger Power’ is a KS4 PSHE lesson which aims to empower young people to challenge risks to their personal safety as a passenger in a vehicle.

The lesson aimed at Year 10:

For a number of reasons, young people remain one of the most vulnerable group of road users in the UK. As part of our delivery and evaluation of other road safety initiatives, students have told us that they often feel uncomfortable challenging dangerous driving as a passenger. Our hope is that this lesson provides the tools and opportunity to develop the crucial life-skill of responding assertively in these difficult situations.

Three road safety lessons for young drivers:

These KS4 or KS5 PSHE lessons on road safety for young drivers and their passengers aim to deliver the following outcomes:

The lessons are designed to leave young people with a positive view of driving itself, as well as a realistic understanding of the potential dangers. We want young people to gain a full understanding of the dangers and consequences of their behaviour as drivers and passengers on the road. We want to empower them with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to make informed decisions, but we do not want to deter them from driving.

These resources were created whilst we were unable to deliver our traditional Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow. However, they have also been designed so that they can be used to complement the show as an ongoing consolidation of learning and to encourage behaviour change.

Resources for parents and carers

Road safety information for parents and carers of children and young people:

Information for parents and carers of young drivers and their passengers:

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