Primary School

As a child enters their primary school years, pedestrian and passenger safety as well as continued role modelling of positive road safety behaviour is key to their development as safe road users. In the later primary school years as children begin to transition to secondary school, road safety education messages begin to explore pedestrian, public transport and cycling safety as independent travellers.

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Learning areas
Primary year levels
  • Activity
  • Walking
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

That's the Sound the Street Makes story book

That’s the Sound the Street Makes follows the story of Ella on her journey to school with her sniffling Dad as she reminds him how to be a responsible and safe pedestrian. It’s suitable for children aged four to eight years. That’s the Sound

Learning areas:
  • English
  • The Humanities
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Prep
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  • Activity
  • Passenger Safety
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

Click Clack story book

Click Clack follows the adventures of a group of children as their imaginations take them on fun filled journeys in rocket ships, on camels and rollercoasters all while in the comfort of their child restraints and booster seats. It’s suitable for

Learning areas:
  • English
  • The Humanities
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Prep
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  • Activity

Bike Education

VicRoads is undertaking a review of the Bike Ed program which is delivered in schools and community settings.VicRoads is reviewing the Bike Ed program with the goal of modernising the curriculum and increasing safe participation of students, schools

Year levels:
  • Prep
  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3
  • Year 4
  • Year 5
  • Year 6
  • Year 7
  • Year 8
  • Year 9
  • Year 10
  • Year 11
  • Year 12
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  • Activity
  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

Road Safety Education - play mat

The road safety education play mat has been designed to complement the Starting Out Safely resources. We engaged Gowrie Victoria(External link) to develop an educator and family resource guide, with references to the Victorian Early Years Learning

Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Prep
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  • Activity
  • Passenger Safety
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

Click Clack - smart phone/tablet App

Click Clack apps add narration and bring the characters to life with sounds and animation. The tablet versions have bonus games to further learning about road safety.Click Clack shows the adventures of a group of children as their imaginations take

Learning areas:
  • English
  • The Humanities
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Prep
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  • Activity
  • Walking
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

That's the Sound the Street Makes - smart phone/tablet App

The apps add narration and bring the characters to life with sounds and animation. The tablet versions have bonus games to further learning about road safety.That’s the Sound the Street Makes follows the story of Ella on her journey to school with

Learning areas:
  • English
  • The Humanities
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Prep
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  • Activity

Street Scene (RACV)

RACV Street Scene program is a road safety program for Victorian primary school students from Prep to Grade Six.Schools can book a visit by an RACV traffic safety educator to conduct a program that best suits the local road safety needs of the

Year levels:
  • Prep
  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3
  • Year 4
  • Year 5
  • Year 6
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  • Activity
  • Public Transport

Plan a trip on public transport

Have students develop a plan to travel to a selected destination using public transport. This could be for a school excursion or a trip from home.Students should investigate the public transport options (in terms of routes, times and costs) and plan

Learning areas:
  • English
  • Maths
Year levels:
  • Year 3
  • Year 4
  • Year 5
  • Year 6
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  • Activity
  • Cycling

Plan a ride

Using Google Maps (www.google.com.au/maps) or Google Earth (earth.google.com), have students identify places in their local area that are safe and enjoyable to ride (e.g. parklands, bike paths, trails, quiet streets). Students should also consider

Learning areas:
  • English
  • Maths
Year levels:
  • Year 5
  • Year 6
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  • Activity
  • Walking
  • Roads, Vehicles & Traffic

Safe and unsafe places to cross the road

Talk about how to decide where the safest place is to cross a road.Show students the pictures of different roads and ask them to identify the safest place to cross. The pictures can be found at [INSERT LINK TO PICTURES]. This could also be done

Learning areas:
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Early Learner
  • Year 1
  • Year 2
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