Child road safety programs
The Constable Care Foundation has brought road safety education to regional and remote Western Australia, through the Arility road safety app.
The app was made possible due to funding from the WA Road Trauma Trust Account, which is administered by the Road Safety Commission.
The Arility app features six road safety activities allows students to directly see and experience risk as they benefit from learning through an immersive augmented reality environment.
to go to the arility homepage and to know more.
|School Drug Education and Road Aware, supported by the Road Safety Commission, works to help children and young people from 0 to 20 years stay safe on the roads.|
|Smart Steps||Smart Steps is an early intervention program that sets the scene for developing positive road safety attitudes and behaviours in young children.|
|Challenges and Choices||Challenges and Choices is a program of multi-media teaching resources for Kindergarten through to Year 10.|
|Keys for Life||Keys for Life prepares Year 10 to 12 students for safer driving. The program is an important part of the road safety strategy as young drivers are over-represented in road crash statistics each year.|
|Whole School Approach||Whole School Approach recognises that all aspects of the school community can impact positively upon students' health, safety and wellbeing.|
|CHAT||The Changing Health Acting Together (CHAT) program offers intensive, step-by-step support to develop a best practice whole-school approach to resilience, drug and road safety education.|
Produced by SDERA in consultation with the member agencies of WA Road Safety Education Committee.Directions: Western Australia’s Road Safety Education Action Plan 2015-2017