European Road Safety Charter
Good Practice



Organisation details

Magdalina Dermendjieva -
Please describe the main road safety challenges/problems you have addressed or are addressing. 
Culture and behavior in safe traffic on the street.
What are your objectives? 
Decrease of conflicts and accidents on the road.
BitbitkoChildren and the streetEducational computer game for children from 4 to 8 years of age.Culture and behavior in safe traffic on the street.The computer game consists of eight modules that are related to the children's training for their safe movement on the street.The game can be used privately by children and under the guidance of adults:• Pedagogues for the purposeful training of children on the subject of traffic safety;• of the teachers in the various educational disciplines: painting, coloring, marking, application, music, mathematics, foreign language, physical education;• Parents - by participating in their games, they are given the opportunity to communicate directly with the children and to contribute to the formation of their safe behavior on the street.The games are tailored to the child's age, physical and mental well-being, and the ability to learn at least on the subject of road safety.The goal is through the games to discover and explore the street. By combining visual and auditory perception of street situations and active participation in specific tasks, the child can more easily shape certain habits, automate proper behavior on the road, handle only.Game 1 "What - Where" - the child meets the elements of the street - a junction, a pavement, a roadway, traffic signs, and others, and with the participants in the movement.Game 2 "Who is moving" - the child meets the moving participants and the moving elements of the movement.Game 3 "Cross the street" - the child gets to know the crossing points - a walkway, a overpass, a subway, and finds out how to get into the virtual situation.Game 4 "Traffic lights" - the child gets to know the signals of the traffic light and how to react to them.Game 5 "Correctly - Incorrect" - allows the child to show the accumulated knowledge of traffic on the street by marking the location of the road users.Game 6 "Road Signs" - the child learns the road signs by properly constructing them in the form of a puzzle.Game 7 "Sounds" - the child gets acquainted and orientates in the sounds and sounds of the street, making a connection between noise, sound and danger.Game 8 "Paint the Picture" - the child colorates traffic lights and vehicles, using the accumulated knowledge of previous games to properly deploy the traffic.Traffic safety contestsFor pupils from the first to the eighth gradeCompetitions are practically extracurricular forms of student safety training with their own bicycles, scooters, roller skates, skateboards. They take place in the yard of each school, on a mini-polygon with street-side sketches developed by the team of the Bi-Bit club.Each race consists of a theoretical part - tests for a safe way to school for students from the first to fourth grade, and skills and safety in driving a bicycle for students from the fifth to the eighth grade.The competitions are conducted in three stages: internal school - between the classes in each school for the class of champion; between school-district competition between school leaders; final stage - a demonstration of traffic safety from the best performing students.

Project activities

List the actions you carried/are carrying out 
Friday, 31 May, 2019


What has been the effect of the activities? 
We have 17500 children trained in our project for five years.