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Education toolkit

As we can’t deliver our safety messages in schools due to social distancing, we’ve created interactive workbooks about road safety during and after the Covid-19 pandemic (KS3, KS4 & KS5)

Every year many children are sadly killed or injured on our roads.

This PowerPoint can be used to look at simple things children (and adults) can do to keep them safer when using the roads either as a passenger, pedestrian or a cyclist. You are welcome to amend the PowerPoint to suit your needs.

Road Safety PowerPoint

There are some video clips which will need sound. If you wished to look at the “safe and unsafe places to cross” scene, you can  select and copy the image onto a word document to print out or use this link:

http://think.direct.gov.uk/education/early-years-and-primary/media/safest_place/ for an interactive version, more resources can be found at http://think.direct.gov.uk/education/early-years-and-primary/teachers/

For further information on Brake Road Safety Week please visit: http://www.roadsafetyweek.org.uk/

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