These resources aim to help everyone in the school community contribute to safe road use.
Use these resources in conjunction with the skills, insights and expertise of parents and whānau, students, school staff, police officers, and local authorities.
Here’s what parents, whānau and caregivers need to know to help teach children about staying safe on roads and near railways.
Teacher and school resources including curriculum resources, policy and practices, and resources for school community partnerships.
The School Traffic Safety Team Manual is the guide for New Zealand schools operating school patrols, school wardens or bus wardens.
The Point of View videos provide ‘real-life’ video snippets of New Zealand students walking to and from school.
This presentation can help young people, their families and teachers learn how to travel safe by scooter.
These presentations help young people, their families and teachers learn how to travel safely by skateboard.
A safe school travel plan provides an opportunity for parents, caregivers, schools and the community to work together to improve safety.
All the resources you need for setting up a walking school bus at your school.
The Feet First resources provide learning experiences for teacher-directed inquiry around the context of walking as a type of active travel.
Profiles of Police school community officers and how they work with students and teachers.