Road to zero regional in-school program is taking bookings

The TAC’s Road to Zero In-School Program is now taking bookings for term 3 and 4!

The Road to Zero In-School Program is designed specifically to align with the Health & PE and Science curriculum at years 9 & 10 and VCAL.

What does the program involve?

  • The Program includes an immersive exhibition, followed by a curriculum-based education program.
  • Students rotate between eight interactive digital stations.
  • They then use a range of information sources to research and reflect on road safety behaviours of 14-17 year olds.
  • Students apply their findings to create a short video campaign that reinforces positive road use.

Pre and post visit resources are available for teachers here.

The In-School Program caters for secondary schools that due to distance can’t easily attend the experience at Melbourne Museum.

“This program was really well organised. I am glad it is taken out to rural/regional areas where it is needed most.” (Teacher, Horsham)

It’s important to note that the program is delivered free to your school and is set up and run by trained Road to Zero facilitators.

To find out more about the Road to Zero In-School Program, or to secure your school’s preferred day for a visit, please contact the Road to Zero team on (03) 8341 7150 or roadtozero@museum.vic.gov.au.

We look forward to running this innovative program at your school.

“The kids really enjoyed it. All parts were valuable. The room set up with stands was great.” (Teacher, Horsham)