Ziggy is the lead character in this innovative Scottish Government approach to early level road safety education.
This multi-media approach aims to encourage and inspire a partnership working between home and educational settings. It recognises the importance of early intervention in developing not just road user skills and knowledge but also positive attitudes and behaviour.
All 6 stories are in big book format for use in educational settings, and have been printed in smaller format for home use. The whole series is available on Ziggy website
Street Feet is a road safety resource that can be used in the classroom or outdoors and gives children the opportunity to role play crossing the road in a safe environment.
This resource is available on loan to all establishments.
This primary school pack provides a structured programme of road safety themes and activities for primary school pupils from P1 to P7.
Streetsense.2.com is a road safety website providing all the key road safety messages from the pack. This website can be accessed at home for parents and children to use.
Kerbcraft is a child pedestrian training scheme. Parent volunteers are recruited and trained to teach 3 pedestrian skills to Primary 1 and 2 pupils over 12 to 18 month period. Due to the nature of this scheme, it is targeted at specific schools.