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RS3These are a collection of road safety links, useful for extra-curricular clubs, projects and to send home to parents, or similar:

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  • THINK! Education – Includes a wealth of road safety information and resources for pupils, teachers and parents. “THINK! provides road safety information for road users. Our aim is to encourage safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.”(Think Education)

Some of the resources will also be useful for:
Road Safety Professionals
Out-of-School Groups

  • The Department for Transport presents Tales of the Road , which is a set of animated poems aimed at 6-11 year olds; however, the road safety messages it presents are relevant to children of all ages. Use this toolkit to help children learn how to find safe places to cross the road.

“Research found that children in this age range need to understand the reasons for always using good road safety behaviour. The campaign therefore uses animated characters that are vulnerable to the real consequences of not following good road use. The key message is ‘you need to use good road safety behaviour or you could come to real harm’. The campaign also demonstrates the correct road safety behaviours.”(Department of Transport)

Safe Cycling

  • Cycle Safety  – A set of guidelines to help keep young cyclist safe.
  • Fix n’ Ride  – Should you fall and hit the dirt, a helmet might prevent the hurt!
    Cycling is a great way to have fun and stay healthy, so why not do it more often? However, before riding your bike, there are a number of things you should know to help keep you safe! Play the game!
  • The Bike Storage Company – This site provides a really useful guide to safe cycling, entitled The Definitive Guide to Safer Cycling.

Driving and Mobile Phones Advice for Teachers and Parents

Your Complete Guide to Understanding the Dangers of Using a Mobile Phone Behind the Wheel – This site provides good general road safety advice for drivers and also explores the dangers of using mobile phones whilst driving.

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