The ripple effect describes the far-reaching and long-lasting effects of road crashes. In this edition, students will learn about Bronnie, a young woman who made a decision that has had a devastating impact on her family, friends, and the community around her.

The video and resources encourage students to consider the impact that their decisions could have on their lives, and the lives of those around them.

If this activity triggers feelings of stress or anxiety, or if a student feels upset by anything shown or discussed, please encourage them to speak to someone they trust. Support can also be found through Road Trauma Support WA.

What you need

This activity will require internet access to view the video. Teachers and caregivers should monitor the use of any web browser.

This edition can take up to 60 minutes if all activities are completed. Individual learning abilities should be considered.

Bronnie's Story

Step 1: Watch the video below

Step 2: Select your activity

These activities can be completed in sequence or individually.

Activity 1: Reflection (PDF 452KB) – Reflect on Bronnie's story and those affected by her crash.

Activity 2: Write a letter (PDF 66KB) – What could you say to help others think about the consequences of their decisions.

Activity 3: Develop your plan B (PDF 54KB) – Read through the Alcohol and drugs fact sheet (PDF 431KB) before completing the activity.

 

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