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Road Safety Education, Training and Publicity

Support for Schools

Road Safety is a vital part of every child's education.

Our role is to support schools in providing this through the whole range of curriculum subjects. Support may be in the form of resources and lesson plans, practical training, special events or class visits.

Voluntary Groups

We offer free resources and advice to voluntary groups for all ages in the Dudley Borough. It may also be possible for a member of our team to visit your group.

We can support many organisations including:

  • Rainbows, Brownies, Guides

  • Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

  • Boys / Girls Brigade

  • Youth Clubs

  • After school clubs

  • Sports groups

  • Cycling Clubs

  • Senior Citizens groups

  • Community groups

Leaflets for schools

Our Schools Booklet, giving more details on what our service can provide, is available to download (see bottom of page), or can be requested in paper format.

Leaflets that provide an overview of our services for schools are available for download at the bottom of the page.

Key themes for each year group

The tables below outline the key themes for each year group, and some ideas of the activities used to explore these themes. Please contact us through the details below.




Year One

Year Two

Key themes

Seatbelts, hold hands, what is traffic, safe places to play

Seatbelts, hold hands, what is traffic, stop- look -listen, safe places to play

Green cross code, safer places to cross, be bright be seen

Suggested activities

Role play, class based training, road safety songs

Role play, class based training

Playground activities, investigating reflective / florescent



Year Three

Year Four

Year Five

Year Six

Key themes

Green Cross Code, safer places to cross, hazards, Cycle Skills

Green Cross Code, safer places to cross, crossing where there are no "safer places", hazards

Safer Cycling, seat belts, speed, Arrive Alive (highway code for young road users)

Accident procedure (999),  making roads safer, safer routes to secondary schools

Suggested activities

Urban trails, local area mapping (hazards . crossings)

Traffic survey / speed check, crash car testing

Urban trails, survey, practical training

Urban trails, survey, practical training



Year Seven

Year Eight

Year Nine

Key themes

Safer routes to school, Cycle Training Plus, "travelwise"

Risks, traffic & the environment

Road crashes & consequences, vehicle safety

Suggested activities

Urban trails, design safer routes, write rules for appropriate use of public transport, practical cycle training

Timeline of personal road safety achievements (pre school to present day), traffic survey, role play unsafe situations, riskometer

Speed gun survey, investigate contributory factors of crashes (drugs, fatigue etc), design crash test cars



Year Ten

Year Eleven

Key themes

Traffic environment, road user behaviour, post accident procedure

Road collisions, causes and remedies, Pre-driver Education

Suggested activities

Highway code quiz, analyse accident stats, investigate contributory factors of crashes (drugs, fatigue, distractions, etc), first aid training

Consider different forms of transport, redesign local roads to incorporate safety features, seat belt survey, highway code quiz

School Travelwise
Taking Steps
Logo for "taking steps", the first phase of Dudley's pedestrian training scheme

Contact Details

  • Name Road Safety and Travel Awareness, Economic Regeneration
  • Address Directorate of the Urban Environment, 4 Ednam Road, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 1HL
  • Telephone 01384 815433
  • Opening Hours Monday to Friday, 8.45 am to 5.00 pm, Please note that the offices are closed at weekends and Bank Holidays