Sustrans Active School Travel Programme
We are delighted to have been chosen to be part of the Active School Travel Programme. We will be working with Beverley Gaston, our Sustrans Active Travel Officer, to promote more journeys to school by walking, cycling or scooting. Active travel has a range of benefits including improving health, promoting independence, improving safety awareness, benefiting the environment and reducing the number of cars around the school gates, making our school safer for everyone.
We understand cycling or walking to school is not easy for every family, and there will be opportunities for all children to participate in some activities in the programme.
Safety is very important to our school; parents can help, for example by ensuring children are wearing bright clothes to help them be seen by road users, or if you drive by watching out for pupils walking. The decision as to whether a child is competent to cycle, scoot or walk to and from school rests with the parents/carers.
We look forward to seeing more children and parents/carers cycling, walking and scooting to school this year!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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