Here's all our SADD activities. We encourage you to get creative and adapt the activity to suit your school/community.
Put mock infringement notices on the windscreens of student and staff cars at school to raise awareness of key road safety issues. Notices can be found in the downloads section.
Draw outlines of objects or people with chalk and write messages, statistics or tips for safe driving. See our Helplinks for great information to include.
Compile and distribute a pack full of SADD resources for other students to understand what SADD is about.
It's No Game
This activity is a twist on the classic game snakes and ladders designed to highlight the consequences of decisions made on the road.
Difference of opinion
Encourage students to consider their choices on the road by coordinating a debate using a SADD theme as the topic. This can involve students and teachers.
Focus or fail
Create an obstacle course and time people completing the course, then have them repeat the same course while simultaneously completing another task.
Display pictures that depict driving scenarios to students and ask them what they think might happen next.
Text me Friday
Send out a ‘be safe’ message to 5 friends and ask them to pass it on. This can be done over text, social media or through school notices.
Dress up a Door
Challenge classes to decorate a door with information or key tips for safe driving. Order resources for your competetion from the free resources part of our website.
Hey! know your Stuff
This campaign is designed to show people how they can find out more about getting their license and where they can access resources.
On the quick
Provide the school office with some quick stats and facts that you would like to put in the notices.
The Great Kiwi Car Debate
Go to a local Caltex station and hand out SADD conversation starters to people coming through to pay for their petrol.
Survey year 9/10 students in the school and collate the results to find out what
contact and experiences these students have had with dangerous situations.
Create posters or videos that show two contrasting peer influence statements – one negative and one positive.
Organise to have a permanent display that can be regularly updated and is in a busy area of your school (front of canteen, library).
Hold a sausage sizzle to raise money for your SADD committee and raise awareness about safe driving in the community.
Create posters or memes using recognisable icons from pop culture combined with a SADD message to promote safe and responsible driving.
Create a ‘what if?’ message for you school that encourages students to think about the potential outcomes of certain driving behaviours.
Start your engines
Put together a pack of info and resources to inform students about the graduated licensing process.
SOak Up SOME Knowledge
Get two groups together each with a bucket full of water balloons. Get the question right throw a balloon. Get it wrong, get hit with a balloon.
Recruit and mentor year 9 and 10 students to ensure that SADD will continue within the school in the future.