With the ongoing international situation with COVID-19 and the announcement that schools are to close, we have taken the decision to postpone Walk to School Week and Happy Shoesday.

Walk to School Week is now scheduled to take place in October 2020, during International Walk to School Month.

WOW - our year-round walk to school challenge has also been put on hold until the Government announces it is safe for pupils to return to school.


Walk to School

Walk to School Week

Thank you to those of you who have already signed up and bought your resources for Walk to School Week, ready to join us on the original dates (18-22 May).

We value your commitment and do not want you to lose out in any way. Your order is on hold, safe and sound in storage for the time being to be delivered closer to the revised date in October.

The theme will still be HEALTH AND WELLBEING. We've had a sneak peek at the resources and they are looking fab. We look forward to celebrating with you all during International Walk to School Month in October instead - we're sure it will be worth the wait!

Anyone not signed up yet, you've now got plenty more time! Come celebrate the walk to school with us. 

Happy Shoesday

Happy Shoesday was also due to take place in May but has been postponed until October. It will still take place during Walk to School Week but the revised October dates (exact dates TBC).


WOW - our year-round walk to school challenge is on hold until the Government announces it is safe for pupils to return to school.

The summer term WOW badges will be kept at our warehouse for the time being. When schools are back in operation, we will be in touch with new delivery dates.

If you have a change of contact for the interim period, please do let us know. Additionally, if you are keeping your school open and would like to continue WOW, or other walking activities, please contact us.

Walk This May

Stay active

Stay in touch

Whilst we are sad that we won’t get chance to celebrate walking to school as planned during National Walking Month, we do still hope you’ll join in with ‘Walk This May’.
As per Government guidelines, for people not self-isolating, going for a walk (keeping a two-metre distance from others) is the easiest and most accessible way of keeping physically active at this time.
From everyone at Living Streets, we wish you and your staff, pupils and families every health and happiness during these difficult times.
For more information and advice on how to fit some physical activity in during this time, you can find links from Sport England and Public Health England in this blog.  
Thank you for supporting Living Streets and our work. We are working hard to maintain stability during this period. 
We are following Government guidelines at the moment and have arranged for our staff to work from home. All our phone numbers are active and we are all on email, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions.