Road safety in schools
Brighton & Hove City Council are keen to work with schools, and we therefore provide schools with a number of road safety services. These include Child Pedestrian Training, Cycle Training, School Travel Plans, Safer Routes to Schools and School Crossing Patrols. We have also had theatre in education tours in both secondary and primary schools. These have highlighted issues related to travelling to school and those for potential new drivers/riders and their passengers.
Road safety loan resources
The Road Safety Team provide a comprehensive selection of road safety resources which can be borrowed by schools. These include road safety videos, books, games, photographs, activity packs and computer software.
Please complete the road safety resources booking form to reserve what you need.
Road safety resources for schools
Three children aged four or under are injured while on foot every day. Nurseries can play a vital role in educating children from an early age and help to promote road safety in the local community. Road safety resources can be borrowed from the Road Safety Team.
Schools can obtain free road safety posters and leaflets from the Department for Transport.
If you are planning to use road safety as a topic in the classroom download free lesson plans and worksheets.
Road safety can be used as an excellent topic in assemblies, download assembly plans for 4-7 years (PDF 370kb).
Download a road safety information card which illustrates, using symbols, how to cross the road safely using a pedestrian and zebra crossing.
Routes - this material may have been removed by our partners site - please let us know if this is the case and you would like more information on this resource.
Brighton & Hove City Council have developed 'Routes', a road safety education package for PSHE lessons for years 7-11 with our partners at the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership. This resource is available free of charge to all Secondary schools in the city. Follow this link for further information about Routes (PDF 27kb).
Schools can obtain free posters and leaflets from the Department for Transport.
For further information, contact the Road Safety Team.