Too many cars at your school gate? Pupils arriving late for school because they’re stuck in traffic? Pupils not getting enough activity into their day?
If these are familiar issues for your school, let’s work together to help make a change.
As part of the Bridgwater Way (TBW) project, we’re offering schools and the college FREE tailor-made support to encourage walking, scooting and cycling to school/college.
Your school will benefit from:
- Specialist help and resource to help develop and deliver active travel initiatives in your school.
- Access to training for your pupils, such as Bikeability training and cycle maintenance, and Dr Bike healthchecks.
- Participation in a Bridgwater-wide online schools challenge with prizes available for schools.
- Local area travel updates to keep you and your parents up to date with congestion news and any planned roadworks.
Encouraging active travel to school can help to reduce the number of cars at the school gate, build activity into everyday routines, and ensure that your pupils arrive at school on time and ready to learn.
What’s your way?
We’re excited to work with you to help make the most of this opportunity and the resources available. If your school is not yet involved and would like to be, then please contact Helen Bonner firstname.lastname@example.org.