To help keep children active and engaged during this time, our team created a space where you can find important updates on our walk to school initiatives during this time of lockdown, news and stories, but most importantly, FREE RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES for ages 4-11!
We want children to be energised and empowered.
We want children and parents to make walking to school their natural choice.
And we need your help.
Find out about the ways Living Streets gets children walking more, the fab tools we provide for teachers and parents, and our groundbreaking campaigning work that all underpin our vision of a new walking generation.
Teaching from home is no walk in the park, but a walk in the park is helping this teacher.
Dame Sarah Storey tells us what opportunities the lockdown has created for her family.
It’s been proven that children who do some form of exercise, especially a walk before school, do better in class because they arrive refreshed, fit and ready to learn.
During morning peak traffic times, one in five cars on the road are taking children school, contributing to congestion, air pollution and carbon emissions.
We need urgent action on air pollution to protect and promote the Walk to School. And yet, at the same time, the Walk to School could play such a big part in improving our air quality.
Our report Swap The School Run For The School Walk lays out 21 recommendations for decision-makers at all levels to enable more children to walk to and from school.
How a local business and a school came together to improve their neighbourhood.
How running our walk to school challenge has boosted active travel across one UK county.
Durham schools celebrate International Walk to School Month with Walk to School banner competition.