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  • Walk Safely To School Day 2019

    Friday 17 May 2019 all primary school children are encouraged to walk and commute safely to school for National Walk Safely to School Day. This annual event is a great opportunity to highlight the importance of being a safe road user and to encourage, schools, parents, carers and students to work together for a safer future.

  • Starting school safely in 2019

    Starting school means lots of changes for parents and their child. It is crucial to plan and talk about safe travel to and from school before they start.

    Child and parent holding hands to cross the road

  • New challenges when starting high school

    It’s an exciting and challenging time when our kids move from primary into high school. There are many changes and they have plenty of things to think about.

    But what about getting to and from school safely?

    Three primary school students walking to school

  • Kindergarten Orientation Days and Road Safety

    Starting school means lots of changes for children and their families. Travelling to and from school is no exception.

    Kindergarten orientation days are a great way to promote safe road user behaviours to new parents/carers/grandparents and students.

    Have you ordered your Kindergarten Orientation Road Safety Library bags yet?

  • Walk Safely to School Day 2018

    5 top tips for parents and carers

    This Friday 18 May all primary school children are encouraged to walk and commute safely to school for National Walk Safely to School Day. This annual event is a great opportunity to highlight the importance of being a safe road user and to encourage, schools, parents, carers and students to work together for a safer future.

  • Road safety on holidays

    With the school holidays approaching, daily routines often change and everyone is a lot more relaxed. Different play locations and holiday destinations means changed traffic environments and new safety concerns.

  • Road safety messages translated

    Road safety information is now available in 36 languages to assist schools share the importance of road safety with their families.

  • School's out

    New road safety education activity 'SCHOOL'S OUT! is now live on Safety Town

    If you haven't yet visited Safety Town it is an online road safety education resource for primary schools developed by Transport for NSW.


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