Peer Road Safety Education in Scottish Secondary Schools
The research explores, for Road Safety Scotland, the feasibility of using peer education (ie fellow students) to teach road safety programmes in secondary schools in Scotland.
The methodology consisted of structured interviews with key stakeholders, case studies and a literature review. This research was conducted by East House Research.
Three main objectives underpinned the research:
- To conduct a review of current research evidence relating to peer education in secondary schools.
- To highlight good practice in the use of peer education in Scottish secondary schools.
- To provide recommendations to RSS on developing road safety peer education in Scottish secondary schools.