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16th July 2015
Road-related crashes are the biggest cause of death and serious injury among young people. Young people of secondary school age and young drivers are among the highest risk groups. On the move road safety education resources aim to change attitudes and behaviours and reduce the number of young people in road crashes.
On the move includes activities that teachers can choose to help students understand road safety risks as they relate to pedestrians, passengers, cyclists, skateboarders and future drivers.
On the move has resources for Stages 4, 5 and 6 of the NSW Road Safety Education Program. The program supports Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) for Years 7 to 10, Stage 5/6 for Years 10 and 11, Student Wellbeing and Stage 6 Preliminary English (Standard, Advanced and ESL) for senior students.
Last update: 16th July 2015