National Road Safety Week, celebrated around schools, inspires students to work responsibly on the roads and make Indian roads the safest in the world.
National Road Safety Week is celebrated in India from January 11 to January 17 every year. Its goal is to make India’s roads safer. In keeping with this great thought, schools and institutions across the NCR region have celebrated this week with virtually their unique activities. Activities were planned to make the week fun, learning and experiential for the students involved.
DPS RNE Ghaziabad An effort has been made to create awareness among students about the importance of road safety through the celebration of Virtual National Road Safety Week from January 12, 2022 to January 17, 2022. The program was started by the school principal Pallavi Upadhyay addressed the students and reiterated their role in following the road safety rules and creating awareness about it. This was followed by various activities conducted at different levels from Grade I to XII. Activities ranged from traffic rules, swearing in, slogan writing, pamphlet designing, song presentation and an inter-house road safety and first aid quiz competition. During the regular discussions in the class, the teachers also highlight the importance of following the rules while traveling on the road and the rules for pedestrians. Students are sensitized on road safety to develop as responsible citizens of the country.
In MRG school, Rohini has celebrated ‘National Road Safety Week’ from January 11 to 17. Students, after enjoying an animated video about road safety, take part in a conversation with the class teacher and a peer group to share their experiences and opinions. Students also create banners and posters explaining traffic signals and various road safety standards, followed by a show-and-tell activity. The purpose of this activity was to grant people and their lives instead of showing concern for them. Students were educated about road safety in order to be responsible road users.
The Shri Ram Wonder Years, A pre-school in Rohini has organized a ‘Pretend Play’ using an immersive view with a road sign puzzle. These activities were organized for the students of ‘Nanhe Kadam’ as it helps in shaping the attitude and behavior of young students – so that they become responsible drivers, passengers, pedestrians and riders in the future. The little ones of ‘Fele Kadam’ also enjoyed making traffic light sandwiches. A short skit was created by the youngest students of ‘Peer Kadam’ to create awareness about the method of avoiding accidents and to introduce the importance of safety on the road.