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Fun free road safety education for pre-schoolers with Transport for London

Join Transport for London's Children's Traffic Club London

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Transport for London is inviting west London parents with pre-school aged children to learn all about road safety at its Traffic Club.

This Spring, children aged three to four, along with their parents and carers, can join TfL’s Children’s Traffic Club (CTC) London where they will receive free, fun road safety skills for life.

Every child registered will receive a welcome pack with fun characters, stickers, stories and songs, as well as a ‘Magic Code’ to unlock interactive games, stories and songs online while tracking their journey using a fun route map.

Leon Daniels, managing director of surface transport at TfL, said: “Children’s Traffic Club London is a brilliant, fun and engaging way to educate pre-school children about the importance of staying safe on London’s roads. That’s why we are funding this initiative for all London’s pre-school children, as we know how important early intervention is when helping young people to stay safe.”

TfL is dedicated to reducing the number of people killed and seriously injured on London’s roads and twice a year invite all London nurseries to register children aged three to four into the club.

Recent research from TfL showed as a result of registering with CTC London, 87% of parents or carers reported their child is more aware of the importance of road safety.

Since September 2015, 66,542 children from 33 London boroughs have registered for the club.

TfL hopes to increase this number to 100,000 by the end of this school year.

There is a free app with fun road safety and transport games to help young Londoners to stay safe.

For more information visit Traffic Club London.

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