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School Bus Safety Videos




Sudbury Student Services Consortium`s very own instructional video for First Time Rider students.


First Time Rider Safety Video.


Buzzy the Bee’s Safety Certificate! School bus safety rules and behaviour expectations for first-time riders!


Follow Buzzy the Bee as he flies you through the ins and outs of riding the school bus for the first time. This first-time rider training video teaches children and their families about danger zones, what not to touch, and how to wait, ride, and disembark from a school bus safely. It also shares tips on how to sit properly and ask for help.


Buster`s Safety Badge! School Bus Safety Rules and Behaviour Expectations for Primary Students!


All aboard! Buster the Bus shares the safe way to ride the school bus. This primary bus video teaches children from JK to Grade 3 how to wait, ride, and disembark from a school bus safely. Buster also shares important information about danger zones, how to sit properly, what to do in an emergency, and how to ask for help.


A guide to school bus safety rules and behaviour expectations for junior students.


As your safety assistant, Soteria leads viewers through the ins and outs of riding the bus to and from school. This junior bus rider video educates children grades 4 through 8 about waiting, riding and disembarking from a school bus safely. In a fun and interactive way, Soteria also shares important information about danger zones, how to sit properly, what to do in an emergency, and how to ask for help.


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Bus Evacuation DVD


Bus Evacuation DVD

School bus evacuation guidelines DVD

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First Time Rider DVD


First Time Rider DVD

School bus evacuation guidelines DVD

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Sudbury Student Services Consortium

199 Travers St.
Sudbury, ON P3C 3K2

Telephone: (705) 521-1234 (Toll Free): 1-877-225-1196

Suggestions or comments to: [email protected]

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Renée Boucher, Executive Director