Caring for our environment is really important. This interactive game by Network Rail will help children to develop their problem solving skills and to learn about everyday environmental challenges on the railway.Read More
Stay Safe with Thomas is a helpful book about railway safety put together by Network Rail and the British Transport Police. Thomas enjoys an exciting adventure around railway tracks, stations and level crossings and he learns how important it is to stay safe.Download
Fire up your printer, grab some colouring pencils and set your little ones loose on our new Pendolino paper model trains. There’s one train in Avanti West Coast colours, plus, there’s a blank one for crayon-lovers.Read More
Interactive learning activities that match different curriculum areas and deliver Ofsted requirements of PSHE teaching. Includes History, Rail Safety, Maths and Drawing.Read More
See the hidden hazards of the railway track with very strong messages on safety and the dangers of trespass. Real life stories and quizzes. Suitable for children aged over 11 years old.Read More
Network Rail are always eager to tell young people about all exciting learning opportunities that the railway has to offer. With lots of learning, there is also materials to keep children busy and happy when at home.Read More
Platform is a rail education scheme that works with schools to empower young people in accessing the railways.
Through workshops, train-trips, and bespoke, local resources, Platform helps teachers to build their students’ knowledge of rail-safety, their understanding of sustainable and healthy travel, and their confidence in using trains.
Platform supports schools in building cultural-capital with out-of-classroom experiences; helps schools to embed sustainable learning into their curriculum; and promotes access to future opportunities available to young people through train travel.
Community rail is a growing grassroots movement made up of community rail partnerships and groups across Britain. They engage communities and help people get the most from their railways, promoting social inclusion and sustainable travel, working alongside train operators to bring about improvements, and bringing stations back to life.Read More
Thanks to Northern, Network Rail, Great Western Railway, Community Rail Lancashire and Avanti West Coast.