Getting To / From School
Modeshift STARS Travel Award
Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel
Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel inspires pupils to make active journeys to school, improve air quality in their neighbourhood and discover how these changes benefit their world. Schools can win prizes if enough environmentally-friendly journeys are logged! Our total journeys in Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel 2023 was 963.
Please remember that dogs are not permitted inside the school grounds ... even the cute, fluffy ones that can be carried or live in handbags ...
Although rare, we must make you aware that the school is on private property and the Headteacher has the right to restrict anyone access to the school grounds.
It is important that anyone accessing the site complies with directions from staff and follows our school rules.
We have very limited access to the school site and as such, parents are not permitted to park or drop off anywhere inside the school grounds ... schools are private property.
Parents who drive should be respectful to the residents on Sylvia Crescent, The Redfords and other surrounding roads. We work hard in the community and ask that you drive one-way around Sylvia Crescent (take a left turn after the Co-op) to help reduce congestion.
A huge proportion of our families walk to school together.
Children in Year 5 and 6 often start to walk in small groups in the spring and summer when it is light outside.
We do not promote older children collecting younger siblings and walking them home but will happily discuss this on an individual basis with families.
Cycling, Scootering & Blading!
We have facilities at school to park and store equipment.
Please bring a lock where appropriate.
Children should not cycle or scoot inside the school grounds to avoid any accidents.
At what age can my child be collected by their sibling?
What does the law say about siblings collecting?
Questions to consider ...
How long, and how often, will the child/children be left?