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Making safe choices when travelling to and from school by bus

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers

Motorists need to be extra careful when passing a stationary school bus where children are getting on or off. Always reduce your driving speed to 20km/h when passing the bus and keep an eye out for children who are walking to catch the bus, or leaving it.

School travel plan coordinators' guide

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers

Guidelines for making a school travel plan.

Walking school bus coordinators' guide

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audience: Schools & teachers

This is a guide for parents/caregivers and teachers to advise them on practical ways to set up a walking school bus.

Planning for community programmes: a practical guide to assist the decision-making process

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers

A practical guide to assist the decision-making process in planning for community programmes. Note: The Demand Management Community Programmes Activity class is currently under review, new guidance will be available in early in 2010.

Feet first every week - A whānau and caregivers guide

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers, Walkers & cyclists

The whānau and caregivers guide on Feet First Walk to School Every Week is a booklet that encourages students, whānau and caregivers to make the journey to school on foot for at least once a week, every week. The booklet discusses the benefits for parents and children of walking to school and looks at practical ways they can make it happen. Students are encouraged to safely walk with caregivers and friends or join school walking initiatives where possible. A Māori language version of the booklet is also available.

Hike it, bike it, scoot it, skate it

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audience: Communities

A whānau and caregivers guide to safer journeys for children. This leaflet describes the things you need to know to help teach your child about staying safe on roads and near railways. Use it as a handy reference tool.
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