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Road Safety awareness programmes

Attiki Odos S.A.” and “Attikes Diadromes S.A.” have been creating and implementing Road Safety awareness programmes for children and adults for almost two decades. Studying modern educational needs, and always with the contribution of specialized professionals (children’s psychologists and educators), the two companies often create new actions, while renewing their highly successful existing partnerships. The cost of these programmes is covered by “Attiki Odos S.A.”.

“Eyes open on the Road”: the e-Learning Edition

Approval by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs

Target group: last classes of Middle School and all of High School (14 – 18 years old)

Duration: approximately 1 hour

The e-Learning version of the “Eyes open on the Road” program is based on the successful live-action interactive seminar presented by Thanassis Houndras. This adjustment was made in order to be able to teach, with greater ease and at a lower cost, pupils and educators across the country – but mainly those residing in isolated islands and villages – the importance of road safety.

It is should be noted that the live-action seminar won the “Excellence in Road Safety Award” in 2015 from the European Commission in Brussels.

To date, more than 15,000 students have been educated via the particular programme.

Participation form here.

“I drive and walk safely” – interactive exhibit in cooperation with the Hellenic Children’s Museum

The exhibits of the Athens Children’s Museum are designed for children 3-12 years old & families

Creation of infrastructure that runs through the ground floor of the Athens Children’s Museum, through play, creation, collaboration and active participation of children:

  • Learn to recognize the road signs and the importance of proper traffic behavior
  • Become aware of the importance of traffic laws
  • Enhance their ecological consciousness

The exhibit  “I drive and walk safely” was designed by an interdisciplinary working group with the participation of educators and museologists from Hellenic Children’s Museum as well as transport specialists from the companies “Attiki Odos S.A.” and “Attiki Diadromes S.A.”, and was implemented after a six-month study.

Participation form here.

E-booklet for Traffic Education Activities, in collaboration with the Hellenic Children’s Museum

Addressed to primary school children

The new e-booklet about Traffic Education created by the Hellenic Children’s Museum with the support of Attica Tollway gives ideas and topics for discussion in the classroom.

The booklet has been specially designed for primary school children and teachers and includes suggestions of activities that will pique the interest of the children, inspired by the exhibit “I drive and walk safely” that operates at the Children’s Museum of Athens. Teachers can include the activities either in the curriculum of their class, or within the thematic axes/laboratories for the development/cultivation of skills.

The booklet, as well as all the educational programmes of Attica Tollway, is free.

If you wish to receive the Traffic Education e-booklet, please send a request to the e-mail: [email protected]

New interactive show: “The Asphalt Troubadours” featuring the Burger Project Band

Target group: children 5 – 12 years old

Show duration: about 1 hour

Attica Tollway introduced its new initiative in order to raise awareness among Kindergarten and Primary School children on Road Safety issues: the musical theatre performance “The Asphalt Troubadours”, featuring the Burger Project band.

During the show the popular band makes the children travel in the world of Traffic Education through enjoyable dialogues, dance and songs.

Through the new experiential education programme the children become familiar with the basic rules of the Traffic Code, the correct conduct of pedestrians, cyclists and skaters, while learning about the importance of the safety belt, the helmet and the appropriate driving equipment.

Participation form here.

Interactive theatrical show: “Attikoulis in the Kingdom of Clumsiness” 

Target group:  Kindergarten and Primary School children (4 – 10 years old)

Show duration: about 2 hours

New script for the successful interactive show, “Attikoulis”. This is the 6th screenplay renewal, entitled Attikoulis in the Kingdom of Clumsiness”.

“Attikoulis” experiential educational show was created in 2006 exclusively for “Attiki Odos S.A.” by Irene Fil. Koutsafti  and directed by Mary Inglesi. The show is moved to school classrooms, with an emphasis on those in the mostly degraded areas and runs throughout the school year. The play familiarizes preschool and elementary school children with the principles of road safety, through interactive play. Singing, dancing, music, mysteries are all employed so that children can play a leading role and experience the messages of road safety.

The show won the “Excellence in Road Safety Award” in 2015 from the European Commission in Brussels. In addition to schools, Attiki Odos S.A. has offered 3,900 free tickets to its users and subscribers in recent years.

To date, approximately 63,000 children have been educated via the particular show.

Participation form here.

“In Traffic with Safety”, in collaboration with the Road Safety Institute “Panos Mylonas”

Target group: Kindergarten and Primary School children (4 – 10 years old)

Duration: about 1 hour

Maximum number of pupils that can participate: 25

The traffic safety programme, in collaboration with the Road Safety Institute “Panos Mylonas”, which has been approved by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and the Institute for Educational Policy (I.E.P.), continues to be implemented in Kindergarten and Primary School classrooms by specially trained educators.

To date, more than 80,000 children have been educated on the issue of road safety via the particular programme. 

Participation form here.