School road safety resources

It is important that teachers and other educators teach children about road safety to keep them safe on all Northern Territory (NT) roads.

Teachers can also book a road safety lesson or bike education course for students.

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The Safer Roads teacher resources provide teachers with teaching and learning strategies so they can integrate a road safety program in their classroom.

These resources are evidence-based and provide an outcome focused on the curriculum to the NT Curriculum Framework and National Curriculum.

Early childhood teacher resource for students in transition to year 3

Introduction  PDF (511.0 KB)

Background information PDF (262.8 KB)

Road Safety Education PDF (210.9 KB)

Focus area 1 - Passenger safety PDF (1.8 MB)

Focus area 2 - Pedestrian safety PDF (1.9 MB)

Focus area 3 - Playing safely PDF (756.3 KB)

Focus area 4 - Sensing traffic PDF (1.4 MB)

Teaching and learning strategies PDF (431.4 KB)

Primary years teacher resource for students in year 3 to 6

Introduction PDF (276.9 KB)

Background information PDF (246.7 KB)

Focus area 1 - Passenger safety PDF (725.2 KB)

Focus area 2 - Pedestrian safety PDF (921.4 KB)

Focus area 3 - Safety on wheels PDF (449.8 KB)

Focus area 4 - Road rules and signs PDF (630.3 KB)

Teaching and learning strategies PDF (1.0 MB)

Middle years teacher resource for students in year 7 to 12

Introduction PDF (540.3 KB)

Background information PDF (689.9 KB)

Focus area 1 - Drug use issues PDF (1.3 MB)

Focus area 2 - Predicting and responding to drug use risks and consequences PDF (1.1 MB)

Focus area 3 - Road user issues PDF (1.9 MB)

Focus area 4 - Road user risk and harm reduction strategies PDF (817.0 KB)

Focus area 5 - Taking action PDF (721.7 KB)

Teaching and learning strategies PDF (800.8 KB)

Last updated: 30 April 2020

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