School stories

This section acts as a central catalogue of group school projects on road safety and sustainable mobility. Discover the incredible initiatives already launched by secondary school pupils from all over the world as part of the international competition Your Ideas, Your Initiatives, and draw inspiration from them to dream up your own project. You can search for them by country and date, and also check out those selected by the panel as finalists and winners.

Results : 46
Finalist
2012/2013

Educa SOŠ s.r.o.

Young children are especially vulnerable to risky behaviour on the road, which is why five students at Educa SOŠ s.r.o. in the Czech Republic created a special initiative to educate pre-schoolers on safe pedestrian and cycling behavior.

EDUCA SOŠ S.R.O.
Finalist
2012/2013

National College of Informatics “Traian Lalescu”

Teens from Romania’s National College of Informatics Traian Lalescu are taking road safety into their own hands and taking their fellow students out on to the street to learn about it.

NATIONAL COLLEGE OF INFORMATICS “TRAIAN LALESCU”
Finalist
2012/2013

IES Juan Manuel Zafra

The students at Juan Manuel Zafra School recognized a need for a serious road safety awareness raising campaign in their community and decided to create a short film to share among fellow students and also through social networks.

IES JUAN MANUEL ZAFRA
Finalist
2012/2013

Indian School Al Ghubra

Students at the Indian School Al Ghubra in the Sultanate of Oman used diverse mediums like handouts, art and essay writing to help parents and students to get informed – and get involved – in road safety.

INDIAN SCHOOL AL GHUBRA
Finalist
2012/2013

Stredná priemyselná škola elektrotechnická

A group of 17 students from Stredná Priemyselná Skola Elektrotechnická in Slovakia had a very important message to share with youth in their country about road safety. So what better way to get it across? A video!

STREDNÁ PRIEMYSELNÁ ŠKOLA ELEKTROTECHNICKÁ
Finalist
2012/2013

Laxman Public School

Road conditions around the Laxman Public School in India leave lots of room for improvement. This is generally an issue that only authorities can deal with, but the students found a way to take matters into their own hands.

LAXMAN PUBLIC SCHOOL