In Town Slow Down

Scotland’s drivers are being encouraged to play their part in reducing accidents and serious injuries on urban roads through a joint Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland campaign, “In Town, Slow Down”. The initiative aims to address the increase in the number of pedestrians killed or seriously injured in Scotland over the past year.

  • Curriculum For Excellence 2018-19
  • Theatre in Education programme – School Daze S1 play teaching resource
  • RITS: Driver Attitudes and Behaviour Tracking February 2017

Curriculum For Excellence 2018-19

Curriculum for Excellence aims to provide road safety learning at every level, engaging children and young people.

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Theatre in Education programme – School Daze S1 play teaching resource

Theatre in Education programme - School Daze S1 play teaching resource pack.

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RITS: Driver Attitudes and Behaviour Tracking February 2017

RITS: Driver Attitudes and Behaviour Tracking latest findings for February/March 2017.

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Direction Magazine – Summer 2018

Road Safety Scotland’s newsletter Direction Summer 2018.

20 June 2018

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Calling all parents of P1 pupils 📣 Our new road safety book, Ziggy's Sports Day, will be distributed to all Primary 1 pupils across Scotland and they will be encouraged to take it home to share with you. Here's what it's all about. https://t.co/gLzxNcnlIo

@RoadSafetyScot recently launched Ziggy's Sports Day - a book which drives home the importance of parental behaviour in the car. P1 pupils across #Scotland will all receive a copy to take home to read with parents, find out more: #GoSafeWithZiggy https://t.co/UaJx85eVd9

Taking the kids to football training or swimming lessons this morning and can't get a parking space? 😤 Keep calm, children learn from parental behaviour in the car…👀 https://t.co/gLzxNcnlIo