RAC Community Education - Primary Sessions
Earlier in the year, I heard about some curriculum based sessions that RAC was running free of charge. Luckily, we got in early so that all of our primary classes from year 1 - 6 were able to participate in one hour sessions each over two days.
Tarryn, our presenter was absolutely fantastic. The content and program was age appropriate, engaging and informative. The sessions were hands on and I believe a great success.
Each year group focused on a different aspect of road safety.
Year 1 - Crossing the road safely
Year 2 - Crash investigation (What causes crashes and how can we reduce them)
Year 3 - Injury to the brain and preventing them, also looking at the bike and ‘building a bike’.
Year 4 - Eggsperiments - Looking at seatbelt safety by experimenting with eggs and toy cars.
Year 5 - Risk assessment and being a distractive passenger.
Year 6 - Using battery or solar energy to power cars (build your own) and how cars are built to keep us safe.
This was a brilliant program that I am hoping to book each year!
Would love to see their upper high school programs as well.
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