Histoires d'école

Cette section constitue un répertoire unique de projets d’écoles participatifs sur la sécurité routière et la mobilité durable. Découvrez les initiatives fantastiques déjà mises en œuvre par les lycéens du monde entier dans le cadre du concours international Tes Idées Tes Initiatives, et inspirez-vous en pour imaginer votre propre projet. Vous pouvez les rechercher par pays et par date, et aussi consulter ceux sélectionnés par le jury comme finalistes ou gagnants.

Results : 47
2012/2013

Lockerbie Academy - S5

The students at Lockerbie Academy in Scotland have seen too many traffic accidents in their area! They are thankful that this is now changing, because the “Be a Road Safety Investigator” course that has come to their school is helping students to be safer drivers.

LOCKERBIE ACADEMY - S5
Finaliste
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.
2012/2013

Stredná priemyselná škola Myjava

Road safety is very important for people of all ages, but teens face a special set of challenges when driving. Students at Stredná Priemyselná Skola Myjava in Slovakia wanted to help their peers keep safe on the road!

STREDNÁ PRIEMYSELNÁ ŠKOLA MYJAVA
2012/2013

IES Ginés Pérez Chirinos

Responsibility is the key word in improving road safety in the city according to the students from IES Ginés Pérez Chirinos. We are all responsible for road circulation, and we all can and should avoid risky situations.

IES GINÉS PÉREZ CHIRINOS
2012/2013

Colegio Hispano Argentino y Sociedad Española de Socorros Mutuos

There are many factors that can contribute to traffic accidents - like fatigue, intoxication, and speeding - but high school students in Argentina have chosen to address one that is widespread and often overlooked.

COLEGIO HISPANO ARGENTINO Y SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE SOCORROS MUTUOS
2012/2013

Osnovna škola Horvati

Making lasting changes in road safety will mean bringing road safety culture into our everyday life and integrating it with children's education. This was the aim of the students and teachers at Horvati Primary School.

OSNOVNA ŠKOLA HORVATI
Gagnant
2012/2013

Jesus and Mary School

Lebanon has a terrible record for traffic accidents, but the students at the Jesus and Mary School don’t get discouraged. They get to work - one road at a time!

JESUS AND MARY SCHOOL
2012/2013

Technological High School

Mopeds are a popular way to get around in Romania, especially among young people - but using them means taking into account some special road safety issues.

TECHNOLOGICAL HIGH SCHOOL
2012/2013

Escuela Pangue Arriba

Comparing road safety in two countries helps us to reflect and to find common situations and solutions to the problem. This is the point of departure for the students at Escuela Pangue Arriba in Chile to improve the safety of their surroundings.

ESCUELA PANGUE ARRIBA
2012/2013

Al-Hekma International School

With its large expat population, Bahrain faces some unique traffic challenges in addition to those that are common around the world. The students from Al Hekma International School kept this in mind when they designed their initiative.

AL-HEKMA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
2012/2013

Liceo Artistico “O.Licini” - 3° L1

When we think of road safety, most people think about things like drink driving, safety belts and speeding – but it’s much more than that. A group of students in Italy took action to make driving safer for the environment!

LICEO ARTISTICO “O.LICINI” - 3° L1
Finaliste
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”
2012/2013

Scoala Gimnazială Pavel Covaci

We can do many things to improve road safety just by changing our own behaviors, but sometimes we need help from the authorities. Students in Romania worked together with local citizens and the city hall to make an important change in their community.

SCOALA GIMNAZIALĂ PAVEL COVACI
2012/2013

Colegio Juan Comenius

One of the most important elements of road safety education is knowing the difference between risky and responsible behavior – this helps us to make better choices.

COLEGIO JUAN COMENIUS
2012/2013

Bharat Mata English Medium Higher Secondary School

The students at Bharat Mata School in India saw a big need to improve road safety and reduce carbon emissions in their community, so they came up with an initiative and shared it with all the schools in the area. Together they are making it happen!

BHARAT MATA - ENGLISH MEDIUM HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL
2012/2013

Lockerbie Academy - S3

The students at Lockerbie Academy class S3 in Scotland have seen too many traffic accidents in their area! They share what they learned in the “Be a Road Safety Investigator” course about which cars are the safest, and why.

LOCKERBIE ACADEMY - S3
Finaliste
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
2012/2013

Liceul Technologic Meserii si Servicii Buzau

Everyone has to do their part to make road safety a reality and there’s no better place to start than the local community - which is what a group of Romanian students decided do with their initiative to improve road safety around their school

LICEUL TECHNOLOGIC MESERII SI SERVICII BUZAU
2012/2013

Centro Concertado Virgen De Loreto

All parents want to safeguard the wellbeing of their children and protect them from danger, but they often forget that kids also need protection in the car. "Taking just a few seconds before driving can save a child’s life".

CENTRO CONCERTADO VIRGEN DE LORETO
2012/2013

Shohadaye Karegar Complex School

In Iran, most traffic accidents happen because drivers don’t obey the rules of the road, resulting in about 24,000 deaths each year. The students at Shohadaye Karegar Complex School trained young people to be police representatives to help enforce safe driving.

SHOHADAYE KAREGAR COMPLEX SCHOOL