St Paul’s School prides itself in finding sustainable ways to travel to and from school. There are various initiatives that are operated at school throughout the year that encourage the children to travel in a healthier and greener way. For example, Golden Boot Challenge and the Cycle Challenges.
To keep our children safe and help ease congestion in the neighbouring roads around school we have created three information sheets to assist with safe parking practice.
Please take a moment to read these information sheets which provide information and recommendations to increase safety and make the roads around school less congested during drop off and pick up times.
We recommend you pass on this information to any grandparents, nannies, child minders or other carers who may be required to drop off or collect your children so that everyone is aware of our best practice recommendations.
The school’s 40-place bike rack is often bursting with bicycles and scooters. Well done to everyone who participated in the annual cycle challenge!
In years 2, 4 and 6 the children complete the Bikeability cycle training programme run by Surrey County Council. The programme is about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today's roads. It helps the children to grow their skills and confidence for all types of cycling. There are 3 levels that can be achieved which enable the children to learn basic balance and control all the way to making independent journeys on busy roads.