The suggested drop down day timetable has been designed for you to pick and choose a range of road safety activities to run over the course of a day. A drop down day allows for an enhanced focus on topics related to road and personal safety. All lesson content is hyperlinked for quick and easy access.
In this lesson students will learn the importance of speaking up in potentially dangerous situations.
Students will have informal scripts to help them develop confidence, so that they know what to say to challenge people’s attitudes and behaviours.
This is lesson plan 1.
- I know my responsibilities as a pedestrian, a passenger and a future driver and can manage difficult situations with my peers
- I know about issues affecting young drivers – such as peer pressure, speeding, seat belts, inexperience and over confidence
- I have the communication skills that allow me to speak up in potentially dangerous and difficult road safety scenarios to influence a safer outcome
This pack contains everything you need for lesson plan 1, Speak up. Please note that interactive slides are not currently available.
This curriculum map will support your road safety delivery planning; it provides an overview of all the resources available for ages 3-6 and highlights the learning objectives with curriculum links.
In this lesson, pupils will share learning with parents, teachers are encouraged to reflect on the learning that has taken place through all road safety activities. This is lesson plan 6.
For this lesson you will need:
- I know how to walk safely and hold hands with a grown up when walking near, or when crossing, a road
- I know how to behave when I travel in a car or a bus
- I know why I need a child car seat when I travel in a car
- I know how to ride a bike or scooter and cycle or scoot safely