Age 11-14 Key Stage 3
Teaching students aged 11-14 to plan a journey to keep themselves as safe as possible.
Other age bands
- Lower secondary (11-14 – Key Stage 3)
- Upper secondary (14-16 – Key stage 4)
Lesson Pack Introduction: Planning a journey (Lower Secondary)
Overview of the Lesson Pack and the importance of teaching road safety. Includes advice on involving parents.
Lesson plan: Planning a journey (Lower Secondary)
Teaching students to plan a journey to keep themselves as safe as possible.
Activity Sheet: Journey Planner
This Activity Sheet is a planner to help pupils plan their journey to and from secondary school to make the journey as safe as possible.
Activity Sheet: What do you know? / What do you think?
An Activity Sheet linked to the interactive information TRC120 and TRC119.
Booklet: Road Safety Education: a guide for secondary schools teaching students aged 11–16
To help you plan and deliver the most effective way to help young people aged 11–16 years stay safer on the roads.
Interactive: Find your way
An interactive activity where students are asked to make a short journey as safely as possible.
Interactive: What do you know
Questions to test young people about who is most at risk on the roads.
Interactive: What do you think?
Interactive online information to encourage young people to think about how they use the roads.
Teachers' notes on the vox pops
Teachers' notes on the vox pops.
Teachers' notes: Find your way
Teachers' Notes for the 'Find your way' interactive information.
Young people aged 11–14 talk about their attitudes towards road safety.