Happy Shoesday

Happy Shoesday is taking place on Tuesday 22 May 2018. 

Children and grown-ups alike love taking part in our one-day fundraising event. Why?

Because not only does it remind everyone about the adventures you can experience on your walk to school, but it highlights the many benefits that active travel brings to children, their schools and the local community. 

Lowered congestion, lower air pollution levels, safer roads and a whole lot of happy, healthy children who arrive fit, refreshed and ready to learn! 

 

 

Two children's fun shoes

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More than 300 schools took part in 2017 - help us make 2018 even bigger and better.

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Highlights from Shoesday 2017

For some lucky people every day is a shoesday...

Every day's a Shoesday: Footwear Designer

Here's how every day is a Happy Shoesday for Hannah, a Footwear Designer.

Hannah Martinez

Everyday's a Shoesday: Theatre Shoemaker

Jessica is a shoe designer for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Jessica Smith, RSC

Every day's a Shoesday: Shoe carer

Here's how every day is a Happy Shoesday for Derek, a shoe carer.

On the day, more pupils walked to school so they could wear their favourite shoes and show all of their friends. Some pupils and teachers were very creative and made or altered their shoes.

Kerry, teacher at Bowlee Park School raised £441 on Happy Shoesday 2016

Our work

A WOW story: Claire, Ryan and Adam

Manchester mum tells us the benefits of WOW - from a mother's perspective.

Bell Farm Primary, Surrey

How one pupil's love of WOW has led to some serious walkability improvements in Hersham.

Car-free zones in Edinburgh

Scheme sees streets outside several primary schools closed to motorised vehicles at peak times.