Kerbcraft pedestrian skills

Kerbcraft is a practical pedestrian training scheme for children. It teaches children pedestrian skills and road safety.


Kerbcraft is a 12-week programme taught through trained parent volunteers at local schools. The volunteers take the children out to the area around the school to learn practical skills, rather than teaching from the classroom.

Kerbcraft focuses on teaching 4 skills:

  • choosing places and routes to cross safely
  • how and when to cross the road safely
  • crossing safely at junctions
  • crossing safely between parked cars – if there is no alternative route

Kerbcraft is aimed at year 3 students (6-7 year-olds) who are trained in pairs. Each of the 12 sessions should last no more than 20 minutes from leaving the classroom to returning.
Padestrian Safety
'Road safety' on States of Jersey website



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