Secondary School

Secondary school students are beginning to travel independently. In early secondary school, exploring pedestrian, public transport and cycling safety is an important part of their road safety education development. As a student enters a pre driver age, positive role modelling of safe road user behaviour remains vital as well as introducing information around young driver safety issues, including speed, alcohol and other drugs, fatigue, peer group pressure and distractions (including passengers) while driving.

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Learning areas
Primary year levels

Road Smart - teacher toolkit

Road Smart is a road safety education and training program designed to build on the existing road knowledge, skills and behaviours of Year 10 (or equivalent) students. The program aims to help lay down the foundations for safe driving among young

Learning areas:
  • Maths
  • Science
  • The Humanities
  • Technology
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Year 10
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Safemates(RACV)

RACV Safe Mates is open to Year 9 – 12 secondary school students to be creative contributors in a road safety campaign. It is an opportunity for young people to have their say about road safety and to help their mates stay safe on the roads.As

Learning areas:
  • The Arts
  • Technology
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Year 9
  • Year 10
  • Year 11
  • Year 12
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  • Activity
  • Young Driver

Keeping The Community Safe - Cool Australia

We have a complex relationship with our mobile phones that is more than screen deep. Mobile phone use and the impact it has had upon society is a is a contemporary social issue with far-reaching effects on our community’s safety, health and

Learning areas:
  • Health & Physical Education
Year levels:
  • Year 9
  • Year 10
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