CTC London uses current research and the latest digital technology to deliver the programme on PCs and hand-held devices, while retaining an element of the more traditional printed books often used with this age group.
By introducing the concept at this early age we ensure that London's future road users understand the importance of road safety when travelling around the Capital.
The club also promotes the use of more sustainable modes of transport and the benefits of walking, scooting and cycling.
Members' packs are sent to nurseries who have registered their children in CTC London. If you are a parent or carer, you can also register your child at the CTC London website.
The printed pack contains a magic code which allows the parent or carer full access to online content. This gives each child access to a personalised journey and features 14 stories, 21 mini games, 5 big games and 21 songs, with key messages, activities and activity sheets at each stage. A route map rewards children as they work through each online element.
The CTC London app consists of two main games; 'Popalot' and 'Popapic'. Each game has 5 individual levels and different game plays. The app introduces key CTC London characters and reinforces key road safety and active travel messages through repetitive play.
A specially designed nursery resource - developed in partnership with Professional Association Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) - is available for free and aligns the programme to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The resource helps to support you in educating children about road safety and active travel with extended core resources for use in group situations.
The resource contains a Leaders Guide with a USB of online content, a sample of the printed story book and a printed registration form.
It is key for stakeholders such as borough officers, school travel advisors, and health professionals to support CTC London by encouraging membership of the programme in your local area. The downloadable guide has been developed to help you target groups who have access to parents or carers and their children.
This is a bank of free resources for all practitioners to use to encourage membership and promote the programme to parents or carers in their borough.
The CTC London website contains useful guidance and information for parents and carers, teachers and professionals. Visit the CTC London website for more information.