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Be Bright, Travel Right, Year 6, KS2

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Be Bright, Travel Right

Moving up to secondary school is a big step. Getting there safely, whether on foot, by bus or by cycling is fundamental to a student’s independence and maturity. Learning how to recognise risk and be responsible for personal safety and the safety of friends is a crucial part of growing up. This fun, interactive, performance demystifies the future, challenges preconceptions and encourages independence.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the potential dangers of being unsafe while using the road network.
  • Explore unsafe behaviours and attitudes.
  • Develop the skills they need to safely use the road as a pedestrian.
  • Recognise potential distractions that could affect safe behaviours.
  • Investigate potential methods of getting to and from school.
  • Understand how our behaviour can affect other road users
  • Identify existing safety measures and use them correctly


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"It was perfectly pitched to engage year 6 pupils. I thought that the fact that friendship and peer pressure were also covered was really important."

Teacher, Old Mill Primary

"Gave them confidence leaving primary school. It was funny, children enjoyed all of it. I would definitely recommend this for other schools. I would look into this organisation for other activities."

Teacher, Eastfield Primary

"It was pitched perfectly for them and they were totally engrossed. Snappy catch-phrases, good answers during the Q&A session. This is just what they needed. Loved the session on self-esteem."

Teacher, Redlands Community

"The team were enthusiastic. The drama really helped to communicate scenarios and key messages. A really useful presentation before transfer to High School. The majority of our children will walk or cycle but good to consider bus travel and behaviour too."

Teacher, Richmond Primary

"Highlights all important safety issues in a fun and memorable way. Good, clear question and answer session to follow the presentation."

Teacher, Thythorn Field

"Fun and really engaging. Catchy songs that the children will remember. It was really visual. The quiz at the end. Brilliant young actors presenting, very professional."

Teacher, Woodcote Primary

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