are you Ready for WALK TO SCHOOL WEEk?

Join the greatest national Walk to School celebration!
Living Streets' Walk to School Week 2019 is a fun walking challenge where pupils and grown-ups around the UK unite for one week of walking to school and enjoying the many benefits that this act brings. 

join us 20-24 May 2019

Check out last year's highlights!

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WHAT'S WALK TO SCHOOL WEEK?

At Living Streets, we've created a walking celebration, where pupils and grown-ups around the UK unite for one week of walking to school. This year, to celebrate our 90th anniversary, the challenge will get to the heart of walking and how it can benefit the whole community as well as improve individual wellbeing. Pupils will learn the importance of walking to school and collectively create the most walkable street imaginable with our brand new wallcharts and stickers!

Suitable for a class of up to 30 children, each pack will contain everything that your pupils need to join in the celebration. Along with taking part in curriculum aligned activities each day, KS1 pupils will be rewarded with a daily sticker and an extra special one at the end of the week. KS2 pupils will have the chance to earn their very own Walk to School Week pin badge made from recycled yoghurt-pot material.

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Last year was the biggest Walk to School Week we have ever had, with over 320,000 pupils taking part across the UK. This great success meant that we sold out of our 5 day walking challenge classroom packs!

This year we are offering you an Early Bird discount. Buy your packs before the end of January to guarantee your participation and receive postage free of charge! A classroom pack costs just £10+VAT. 

To take advantage of this discount email us at orders@livingstreets.org.uk or click the pink button below.​

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Walk To School Week is something we are very happy to get involved with and which the children have really enjoyed. It gives them the opportunity to do some exercise each and every day. As well as this, traffic is really heavy during term times so we will do anything to help alleviate the issue."

Philip Salisbury, Headteacher - Woodfield Junior School

The best bits from social media

Report


Our report: Act now to save children from pollution.

Find out more

Download our Walk to School report - PDF

Shoesday


Highlights from our annual one-day fundraiser - plus info on how to send your donations.

Happy Shoesday

Thanks to our 2018 Walk to School Week sponsors