Travelling To School

As part of our Healthy Living Programme and Travel Plan, we encourage all pupils and staff to think about how they travel to school.

We encourage sustainable and healthy modes of travel. This will include walking, car sharing and the use of public transport.

During the month of May, the school participates in the national ‘Walk to School Week’.

We are looking forward to arranging scooter and bike training for KS2 pupils – watch this space for photographs.

Parents and carers – please can you be considerate of others when bringing your child to school by car and park where you will not be causing a problem to pedestrians, residents or other drivers.

We are receiving increasing numbers of complaints which include cars driving up and parking on the pavements and blocking driveways.

The safety of our children is a key priority for us all.

Please remember you are not allowed to park on the zig-zag lines outside the school’s entrances.


We are really pleased to have been awarded the Modeshift Bronze Star Award.

Modeshift STARS is a national schools awards scheme that has been established to recognise schools that have demonstrated excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.

The scheme encourages schools across the country to join in a major effort to increase levels of sustainable and active travel in order to improve the health and well-being of children and young people.