National Road Safety Mission


Empowering kids with self-paced, age-specific road safety learning! Building knowledge and critical thinking for a lifetime of safety! Learn more!
Our teaching methodology involves a self-learning engaging module lasting for two hours, tailored to the specific age group of the students, ensuring that the content and activities are age-appropriate. This approach is designed to maximize student participation and comprehension while fostering a sense of ownership over their learning journey.

Self-Learning Module: This curriculum is designed in a self-paced format enabling self-learning among students. This type of self-learning format promotes autonomy and encourages students to take responsibility for their learning process.
Pre and Post-Assessment: Students undergo a pre-assessment and post-assessment to gauge their existing knowledge and measure learning outcomes and evaluate their progress after they engage with the module.
Interactive Videos: Visual learning is the most effective form of facilitating learning among students. Using interactive videos students will be introduced with complex concepts such as road signs, pedestrian safety, and traffic rules.
Worksheets: Accompanying worksheets provide students with opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios, reinforcing learning outcomes and promoting critical thinking skills.
Engaging Activities: The module comprises a variety of engaging activities, including interactive videos, worksheets, and hands-on exercises. These activities are designed to capture students’ interest and actively involve them in the learning experience. Expected learning outcome Through this comprehensive curriculum, our aim is to cultivate a generation of future citizens who embody responsibility behind the wheel and drive positive change in road safety.

● Students will be able to understand traffic rules, road signs, and safety regulations, empowering them to make informed decisions as pedestrians, cyclists, and future drivers. (knowledge acquisition)
● Students will be able to develop responsible attitudes towards road usage, leading to safer practices such as using seat belts, wearing helmets, and respecting pedestrian crossings. (behavioral changes)
● Students will be able to identify potential hazards on roads and implement strategies to mitigate risks, contributing to a safer road environment for themselves and others. (assessing risk)
● Students will be able to cultivate empathy towards victims of road accidents and a sense of civic responsibility to uphold road safety norms, thereby fostering a culture of collective accountability. (responsible citizens and fostering empathy)