Ealing junior travel ambassador (JTA) annual programme
Programme for 2019/20
JTAs are a pupil council that specialise in promoting active and sustainable travel as well as road safety. They are usually comprised of year 5 and 6 pupils but can be other year groups. Pupils get together on a regular basis with a staff lead to discuss ways they can promote and encourage active and sustainable travel and plan and deliver activities they can run themselves.
We have a programme of activities to support JTAs in schools.
This includes ideas for events, competitions, bulletins to read in assemblies, awards and other free resources.
Register your JTAs
If you have any kind of pupil council that promote road safety and active travel, please register them here (Wufoo.com). Registering your JTAs allows the School Travel Team to provide support!
JTA guide and support for staff leads (pdf) to give them ideas for working with their JTAs.
JTA assembly scripts
Download assembly scripts (pdfs) for the JTAs to read out in assemblies – there is one for every month of the school calendar (September 2019 to August 2020):
1. Introducing ourselves
2. Active travel
3. Stop, look, listen, think
4. Cars - vicious circle
5. Air quality
6. Being responsible on your school journey
7. CO2 and the climate crisis
9. What is sustainable transport?
10. Park and stride and car sharing
11. The school run
This is a competition for your JTAs to get their teeth stuck into. You just may have a budding film maker in your midst.
The spring video competition guide (pdf) has all the information JTAs will need to know to make the perfect video, along with clips from last years winners. Please do note that we will use the winning video in upcoming promotional material and it will be put onto the Ealing Council You Tube Channel so film and photo permissions are vital for this project. We also show all the videos during our JTA Fun and Award Days.
Health Fair game (pdf)
We have produced this downloadable game for schools to give to Junior Travel Ambassadors (JTAs) to use during their health fairs. It’s a great way to engage families with the idea of active travel!
School travel team