Road to Zero wins national education award
Road to Zero has won the Museums and Galleries National Award for Learning, Interpretation and Audience Engagement.
This award recognises the exceptional education programs and student experiences onsite at Melbourne Museum, and through the Regional In-School Program.
It is the latest accolade for the world-first centre, established in 2018 to better educate and engage Victorians, particularly young people, about all aspects of road safety.
"Our aim was to build a road safety exhibition and learning space that would be engaging for young people and the Victorian Community," said Road to Zero Project Manager Anne Harris.
"We really wanted to create an experience that connected with people and make them think about how we can all work to eliminate road trauma. We at the TAC felt that the best way of achieving this was to partner with an organisation of the calibre of Museums Victoria.”
Road to Zero offers free curriculum based education programs for:
- Years 9 and 10 Science
- Years 9 and 10 Health and Physical Education
School Programs at the Melbourne Museum
Please contact the Museum Victoria school bookings line on (03) 8341 7767.
The bookings office is open 8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Regional In-School Program
To arrange for the Road to Zero education experience to visit your school, please contact the team on (03) 8341 7150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org