Children and young people are at the heart of Road Safety Week

Are you a teacher, youth worker, or early-learning educator? Then register now to take part in RSW!

All children and young people use roads and have experienced road danger; so it's the perfect topic for a project that can really engage them as well as save their lives, while also meeting curriculum goals. Road Safety Week is a great time to tie your activities into a national event, and kick-start campaigns in your area.

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A note on COVID-19: Whilst COVID-19 continues to have an impact on organisations and communities at times, we are ensuring that a number of Road Safety Week activity suggestions can be adapted to run in various settings, whether at your school/centre, at home, or via distance/online learning.

Access Road Safety Week resources

Find out more about taking part in Road Safety Week
Get ideas for participating and hear examples from other organisations. Watch our webinar.

Free action pack
Sign up for a free electronic action pack full of downloadable resources and activity ideas.

Hard copy resources
In addition to the electronic action pack, you can order low-cost hard copy resources for your activities.

Interactive games and resources
Access our free interactive games.

Road Safety Week is 10!

This year is the 10th Road Safety Week in New Zealand and we need your help to make it the best yet, engaging more people than ever in raising awareness of road safety. Some ways you can help to support the week are:

Go Yellow

The Yellow Ribbon Alliance supports Road Safety Week and aims to raise awareness of road safety through use of the colour yellow. An easy way to get involved in Road Safety Week is to Go Yellow! Dress up in yellow, wear a yellow ribbon pin or display a yellow ribbon. Get more ideas to go yellow.

Activity ideas

For the 2021 theme - Speed:

For early years:

For primary and intermediate schools:

For high schools, colleges and youth groups:

Don't forget to register to tell us what you're planning so we can feature your activities.

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