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Right Start Pedestrian TrainingThe Safer Travel Team are developing a set of resources to assist you for the new school year. Please check back soon for updates.
Information for parents about how to help keep children safe on the road and home-link sheets for you to complete with your child related to the classroom activities that your child might have completed in school.
This area of the THINK! Education secondary website offers advice for parents on how they can help their children aged 11–16 to be safer on the roads, reinforcing the messages that they may have heard in the classroom.
A generation ago, 70% of us walked to school – now it’s less than half. Living Streets want to reverse this decline. They want children to be energised and empowered, and to make walking to school their natural choice. And they need your help.
Sustrans are the UK charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. Join the movement. Be inspired to make your journeys active and sustainable with information for children and families.
Resources for professionals, including materials, research and brand guidelines
Brake works to stop road deaths and injuries by campaigning for safer roads; supports people bereaved or injured in road crashes; and raises public awareness for sustainable transport.
Fun teaching ideas for early years (under 5's), lower primary (Key Stage 1) and upper primary (Key stage 2). Timings, resource lists and curriculum links are provided.
Fun activities for under 5's, 5-7 year olds and over 7's.
Modeshift STARS is the 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.Includes details about education and coaching opportunities. You can also register with British Cycling to receive news to your inbox, video tips, exclusive offers and details of British cycling events
The aim of the Daily Mile is to improve the physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing of our children - regardless of age or personal circumstances.It is a profoundly simple but effective concept, which any primary school can implement. Its impact can be transformational- improving not only the childrens’ fitness, but also their concentration levels, mood, behaviour and general wellbeing.