Once you’ve booked your RYDA experience, we’re here to help you coordinate it and promote the day to students and parents/carers for optimal impact. Below are a few promotional tools you might find helpful.
Log into the portal for sample permission notes, a risk assessment template and other organisational tools.
Use the jumplinks below to navigate through the page:
RYDA is essential road safety education for young drivers and their passengers. It’s also a great day out of the school classroom for students to collaborate with their friends, work on personal strategies and get tips from road safety experts. This video shows a RYDA day from the student’s perspective.
It’s an excellent way to introduce RYDA to students and parents and give them a feel for what the program’s all about. You can download the video to show at assembly or post of your school’s social media pages. To save the video, click either the Australian or the New Zealand version and select ‘download’ from the Vimeo page.Australian Video New Zealand Video
To help you get those parental permissions in, try posting this image to your school’s social media pages or inserting it into the school newsletter in the lead-up to your RYDA day. To download, click the link below, right click the image and select ‘save image as’.Open Image
Include a link to our RYDA flyer so parents and carers can get an understanding of what the day is about. Choose your Country to find the flyer for you then either right click and “Save as” to download or copy the URL to link.Australian Flyer New Zealand Flyer
We recognise that everybody learns differently so RYDA’s varied approach aims to resonate personally with every student and help each person develop their individual road safety strategy.
That’s why, when we ask students to tell us what their favourite session was and why, we get an equally varied mix of responses. This page collates student feedback on each of the sessions. For further testimonials from teachers, parents, students and road safety experts, please see our community feedback page.