KEIGHLEY Bus Company hopes new learning packs will be just the ticket with youngsters.

It has devised Transdev Teach, free creative resources that parents can download for their children.

Youngsters are able to build their own 'bus cities' and – working with teaching experts and design agency Best Impressions – the firm will offer an expanding selection of quizzes, word searches and fact sheets.

Keighley Bus Company chief executive officer, Alex Hornby, said: "As a parent myself I know it takes a lot to keep youngsters entertained and interested in learning. With schools closed for all except key workers and normal learning at a standstill, we wanted to go the extra mile and offer parents a helping hand.

"We know families can’t just hop on our buses and head to the city, seaside or countryside right now, so we’re bringing them into homes. Parents can go onto our bus company websites at any time and download our Transdev Teach packs – we’ve made them printer friendly and easy to use.

"Already we have six different packs of materials to download, with more to come, starting with a chance to build your own bus city – and we’ll give prizes to the best creations shared with us on social media, using the hashtag #TransdevTeach."

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