Children and Educators

Find your level

We have serious fun in all learning groups.


  • ELC
  • P1

This section has been developed to inspire a child’s interest in road safety learning.

Join Ziggy and the Roadstars in their quest to help young children learn all about road safety using our fun and interactive resources.

You can even join Ziggy on his Big Day Out!


  • P2
  • P3
  • P4

For Primary School ages. Challenging knowledge, attitudes & behaviours.

The Roadstars return to help First Level children further develop their foundation skills and look into road safety scenarios in more detail.

Try your hand at fun quizzes and missions to help you on your way!


  • P5
  • P6
  • P7

Encourages peer learning and promotes road safety issues through partnership working.

In this second stage section, primary age pupils are given the chance to challenge their road safety knowledge and also reflect on their own behaviour and attitudes.

We will also talk you through how to run a Junior Road Safety Officer (or JRSO) programme!

Third and Fourth

  • S1
  • S2
  • S3

Young people aged between 11 and 14 are statistically most at risk on Scotland’s roads.

This content is aimed at encouraging this 11-14 age group to assess their situations around roads and traffic, and to act in the safest way around them.

The Your Call content helps them do just that.

Senior Phase

  • S4
  • S5
  • S6

For young people aged 14-17.

We are never too old to discuss the topic of road safety. It can be all too easy for older children to think of it as a subject associated with primary school and no longer of relevance.

We have created Crash Magnets, content designed to appeal to 14 – 17 year olds, to help provide a full picture of risks on the roads.

For children and educators

Our learning approach

Road Safety Scotland has pulled together a large quantity of learning resources to help keep children and young adults safe on Scotland’s roads. Use the ideas, information and activities to improve your safety knowledge and awareness.

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