Students often come back from a SADD workshop or SADD Conference motivated and keen to make a positive change in their school community. One of the biggest challenges they face is staying motivated to actually run activities when life kicks back in. Daunte Tamaki from St John’s College in Hamilton discusses how him and the group have dealt with this challenge!
Want to get your SADD committee involved with the local Police? Sergeant Wayne Paxton has some great advice! Wayne lets us in on why and how you can work together with the Police. He suggests activity ideas, how to become a police officer and, most importantly, tells us the three things he’d take to a deserted island.
A road safety expo utilising community partnerships can be an excellent event for a SADD group to run to get students engaged with road safety and to build momentum for your SADD group. We asked Tayla Wakelin from Lincoln High School about her SADD group’s experience of running a very successful expo.