Children’s Traffic Club Free in North Yorkshire

Every parent wants to make sure that their child learns how to be safe when they are out and about.
 

Early education is essential because children learn from their parents and research has shown that behaviour can be set for life by the time a child is four or five years old.

road safetyThe 95 Alive Road Safety Partnership is using Department of Transport grant funding to offer a limited number of free Children’s Traffic Club memberships to children who live in North Yorkshire.

The Children’s Traffic Club is a road safety programme for children aged three years old and their parents or carers. It helps parents and carers teach their children how to be safer when they are out walking, playing or travelling in cars, buses and trains.

As a member of the club, a child will receive three DVD packs by post (one every four months) providing a year’s worth of stories to listen to, songs to sing and games to play – all helping them to learn lifesaving messages.

Each pack contains 16 weeks of activities and material to work through with children, offering a great way to help children remember important road safety messages.

 

The club strives to influence children’s attitudes and behaviour on and around roads by engaging them in a fun way. It also aims to inspire, involve and motivate young children and to engage their parents and carers through multi-sensory learning.If you are the parent or carer of a three or four-year-old who lives in North Yorkshire why not sign up for free by visiting www.childrenstrafficclub.com    where there are a  limited number available.

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