“It is better late than never.” More than 1.2 million people die in road traffic crashes every year. Correctly used seat belts reduce the risk of death in a crash by 61%. Mandatory use of child restraints can reduce child deaths by 35%. Helmets reduce fatal and serious head injuries by up to 45%.Enforcing a drinking and driving law around the world could reduce alcohol-related crashes by 20%. All these fact and measures, aren’t we aware of them? So, so many times we have read them, heard them and even been made aware about them by several resources but ignorance is our ease to everything. The best resource in such a scenario are our children, if they check on us once, we really wouldn’t ignore that thing ever again. So as to take care of it we at St. John’s School, Greater Noida West organized a Road Safety workshop. The students were made aware about the most important topic in the most hilarious way, so that they connect and understand it. They were made aware of the meaning of the traffic signals and the hazardous effect of not following them by Traffic Sub Inspectors – Mr. Rakesh Kumar and Mr. Pradeep Kumar. There was a nukkad natak presented by Share NGO, in which Yamraj and Chitragupta brought forward the facts about road accidents and the ‘little mistakes’ that lead to the disastrous results i.e. Losing limbs and even lives. It was a really great and spellbinding experience, which the students enjoyed and learnt from at the same time.