Key Stage 1

Please note: Due to the current situation with Covid-19, some lessons and activities are limited at the moment.

The Road Safety Team is responsible for road safety and sustainable transport education in the borough.

We can deliver lessons, activities and presentations for KS1 to KS4, (by booking in advance) in selected areas. We can also provide resources for schools if you wish to deliver some aspects of road safety yourselves. To find out if we deliver lessons in your area or to request resources, contact us.

For further details on the lessons and resources we provide, see the individual key stage pages.

All Key Stage 1

Resource: Street feet

'Street feet' is a realistic road safety kit, with role play tabards to help children understand road use patterns and to think about their responsibilities as a road user. Included in this road safety kit are destination mats to help children think about planning routes. Encouraging and practising road safety, in a safe environment.


  • Street feet box of realistic road safety items
  • Lesson plan

Resource: People who help us

A pack of information to help you deliver road safety lessons based around the people that can help us on our streets, such as police and School Crossing Patrols.


  • Pack of lesson plans, work sheets and activities

Resource: Teddy takes a tumble

30 minute session.

Story of a Teddy who doesn’t wear his seat belt – presented in Story Sack form.

(Mainly aimed at Reception and Y1)


  • Teddy takes a tumble Story Stack with soft toy teddy
  • A3 Teddy takes a tumble book

Resource: Teddy takes a walk

30 minute session.

Story of Teddy and how he gets to school, discussing where to walk safely on the pavement.

(Mainly aimed at Y1 and Y2)


  • A3 Teddy takes a walk story

Resource: Around Our School

A pack of information to help you to deliver road safety lessons based on the areas around schools and how to be safe near the roads.


  • Pack of lesson plans, worksheets and activities

Resource: Online Resources

All school year groups are able to use online resources from Think! Resource Centre (external link). You can also:


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