Are you looking to teach your primary school students how to be safer around the roads? RAC Community Education has fun and interactive programs to help teach Pre-Primary to Year 6 students road safety.

Distance learning series

In line with supporting government advice designed to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have suspended our in-class delivery of road safety workshops across WA. However, our commitment to road safety education remains as strong as ever, which is why we have adapted a series of distance learning road safety lessons and activities for primary school students.

Building on our existing Around the Roads program, these learning resources teach students about bicycle, passenger and pedestrian safety.

This easy to follow series aligns with the WA Curriculum (PDF 80KB) and can be adapted and utilised by teachers in the classroom or delivered in the current format at home.

Edition 1 - Welcome workbooks
Our lower and upper primary workbooks are a fun introduction to our distance learning program

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Edition 2 - Pedestrian safety
Learn to 'Stop, Look, Listen and Think' with fun activities for lower and upper primary students

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Edition 3 - Bikes, skateboards and scooters
A range of learning activities for safety on wheels

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Edition 4 - Passenger safety
Learn how to be an A-grade passenger

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Edition 5 - Being road safe
Road signs and distractions, learn to be safe wherever you go

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Teaching Around the Roads

Jump on board – our Around the Roads program is an engaging and interactive approach to delivering road safety education to students in Pre-Primary to Year 6. These fun in-class workshops – free for schools – cover bicycle, pedestrian and passenger safety.

Around the Roads - teacher booklet (PDF 5.4MB)

Pre-primary – explore road safety

Pretend to be a Little Legends Club character and practice road safety.

Year 1 – Pathways to school

Using a large road mat, we reinforce the ‘stop, look, listen, think’ concept.

Year 2 – Crash scene investigation

Students become crash scene investigators to understand bike, pedestrian and passenger safety.

Year 3 – The wheels go round

A workshop around bike safety, from safety gear to building a bike.

Year 4 – Seatbelt safety eggsperiment

Students become scientists and use egg crash simulations to learn the importance of seatbelts.

Year 5 – Wheel of consequence

Students develop knowledge about rules and laws in relation to pedestrian, passenger and bicycle safety. Using interactive keypads, students learn about decision making in relation to road safety.

Year 6 – Being green and being safe

Students learn about alternative sources of fuel and build solar-powered cars with safety features.

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RAC Little Legends Club

Help primary school students understand road safety with the RAC Little Legends Club. Schools can access in-class presentations, a suite of online resources and an interactive multi-level game. Children learn essential road safety skills while having fun! As a member of the RAC Little Legends Club (free to join), children also get great discounts and special offers on movie tickets, zoo entry and more. Find out more about using this resource at your school at the Little Legends Club website.

Contact RAC Community Education

Address: RAC Community Education, 832 Wellington Street, West Perth, 6005
Mail to: GPO Box C140 Perth, 6839
Telephone: (08) 9436 4471

RAC is part of the Western Australian Road Safety Education Committee (WARSEC)

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