As part of your corporate social responsibility commitments, partner with us and invest in lifelong learning that will make a difference in your community
There has never been a better time to partner with us to address the role that road safety, active travel, sustainable transport, health and social messages plays in the communities we work with.
Our holistic approach working with committed partners and smart collaborations with frontline practitioners, government, strategic stakeholders has greatly contributed to The Children’s Traffic Club’s (CTC) success.
We want to work with partners whose passions and beliefs match our ethos of educating young children on how to be safer and more active and together can:
Have a strategic role in reaching a targeted audience
Provide legitimate licence to operate
Share and align your brands ethos and values
As a corporate, brand, charity or stakeholder, partner with us to speak about the role that road safety, active travel, sustainable transport and health messaging plays in the communities you work with.
By investing in The Children’s Traffic Club, you can:
Drive positive behaviour change
Engage with stakeholders
Communicate your CSR credentials
Involve your employees
There are a number of unique opportunities to get involved:
We would welcome hearing from those whose passion and values match our own.GET INVOLVED
Road Safety Officers, School Travel Advisors and Health Professionals all play an invaluable role in supporting the delivery of CTC as an active travel and road safety education intervention. Your support is vital in promoting the aims and benefits by engaging with and communicating with nurseries, playgroups, childminders and professionals who work with this audience. There are many ways you can support raise awareness with groups that you work with and /or partner with by:
In areas where CTC has been funded from Central or Local government, we have worked in partnership to reach even the most vulnerable groups through data capture and identify areas where a targeted approach may be needed.
Many of our topics and activities qualify towards achieving accreditation for Modeshift STARS, the national school's awards scheme that has been established to recognise schools and early years settings that have demonstrated excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.
Working with the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) has ensured all the programme content are suitable for delivery for early years practitioners and supports children’s learning.
"I have had the pleasure of working with the Children’s Traffic Club from the very beginning and have watched the concept grow and develop into the excellent resource it now is. The latest version has made access to the information much more affordable and user-friendly, we all know how important it is to engage parents and carers in the process of road safety education and I know of no better resource for achieving that goal with this age group."
Team Manager Casualty Reduction Education & Development, Norfolk County Council
"Nurseries and pre-schools in Cambridgeshire have loved the Children’s Traffic Club particularly as it fits well into their curriculum. Parents and childminders have also commented how easy it is to follow and that other members of their family have benefited. Cambridgeshire have built a good working relationship with the Children’s Traffic Club who are professional, responsive and efficient. We are offering the club for the third year running and uptake is still good."
Road Safety Officer, Cambridgeshire County Council
"Good to see a product that I have had a close affiliation with for the most of its 25 years, as a user, a developer and promoter, once again moving forward. It always puzzles me that when there is a quality affordable, fully researched and evaluated resource like Children’s Traffic Club available that authorities/organisations/corporates across the world continue to produce their own material. A number of resources that I have come across in recent years resemble greatly CTC in look, style and even illustration – then again perhaps it is to the great credit and longevity of CTC as imitation is considered the sincerest form of flattery."
Senior Engineer, TranServ Scotland