When you play, make sure that you are not suddenly on the road. While running, cycling or skating this can happen quickly. The curb is the limit.
Cross the street only at a green traffic light. Even with "green" always first look in all directions whether really all drivers have stopped.
When it is dark outside, always wear bright clothing. Your school bag should have reflective strips.
You can use the sidewalk whenever it appears safer to you. But watch out for pedestrians.
Always wear a helmet when cycling, even on short distances.
Check your bike regularly with your parents. Everything should be in place and should be working properly: the brakes, the lighting, the reflectors and the bell.
If you go inline skating, wear full protective gear: helmet, wrist, elbow and knee pads. Never drive with inline skates on the roadway.
Use on all the rides in the car, even on short trips, your child seat. Always use the seat belt.
Always get off the car on the side of the walkway, never on the street.
At the bus stop you often have to wait. When the bus arrives or departs, watch like a hawk. And: stay calm when entering, when getting off never cross the roadway in front of the bus.
4Youth of Europe
Projects and working experience of the volunteers of “TES-Project, Chios”
Touristic guide about Chios Island in 12 languages
An online radio station about Chios and much more
About International Non - Governmental Youth Organization (AISBL)
A lot of useful information about Youth Programs
All about Youth Projects and the European Voluntary Service
All about the beautiful Aegean island of Lesvos
e-leaning portal for Primary School with mathematical exercises
Every museum connected to sea travel and the ocean itself
Explore the port of Piraeus in Athens
Sience for everyone: See how easy and fascinating learning can be
All about the famous Rocketwar in the city of Vrontados, Chios
Touristic information about the wonderful island of Samos
Many interesting and developing games for kids
School In Greece
About education in Greece
Designed by Experimental Working Teams