The MOVING STARS project aims to bring together schools, road safety experts, teachers, and advanced educational applications developers to design, develop and validate an innovative movement games-based approach for Traffic Safety & Mobility Education in Kindergartens and primary schools. 

The idea is to combine digital applications with “traditional” movement games containing sensorimotor, linguistic, cognitive, social, and emotional elements to promote a holistic approach for traffic safety, appropriate to the developmental stage of students between 5 and 11 years.


MOVING STARS is changing the way Road Safety is being perceived and implemented by both teachers and students. Specifically:

Teachers will:

  • Update their skills and knowledge on Traffic Safety & Mobility Education in order to incorporate the topic in their teaching.
  • Receive training tools & resources for implementing games-based learning activities for traffic safety.
  • Gain knowledge and skills in the design and implementation of innovative multidisciplinary educational activities, as well as different methodologies and practical examples in the field of training and awareness on road safety, taught by entities from different EU countries.
  • Gain intercultural awareness through cooperation with partners from different European countries, adding a new dimension to their teaching that will be based on a new culture of sharing.

Students will:

  • Master movement skill proficiency through digital movement-based learning games. Develop and improve skills required to stay safe as an active road user (pedestrian/cyclist).
  • Gain knowledge and understand traffic rules and situations.
  • Promote a “safe minded” culture towards risk awareness, personal safety and the safety of other road users.
  • Reduce the number of children injured/killed in road crashes on their route to school or other daily routes and promote active transport by providing the tools necessary for a well-informed choice of transport mode.

Additionally, involvement of parents, citizens and other educators and entities in the project activities will result in better exchange of good practices. At the end of the day, everyone involved in this project will benefit in several different ways and help promote road safety, considering that every influenced person can affect at least 20 more, thus making Road Safety an everyday normality!




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