Every October is International Walk to School Month. To mark it this year we invited partners and supporters to suggest ideas that would get more children walking to school.
As you would expect, we have plenty of ideas of our own. Here are some you sent us.
Need more inspiration to get walking?
Take a look at our Silver Clarion Award winning film, produced with the Media Trust.
It could be a scheme you have seen in your area or further afield. It could be a clever idea you have come up with yourself - or perhaps you have recently started walking to school yourselves.
Let us know so we can reverse the decline in walking to school.
In Australia, projects that encourage whole communities to walk more, creating busier, more vibrant streets, are a key approach to getting more children walking to school.
In Canada, harsh winter weather can be a major obstacle - but imaginative schemes like 'Winter Walking Days' (with hot chocolate rewards!) are proving effective.
As kids, we enjoyed walking to school because it was fun. Now, as adults, we understand all the additional reasons that active school travel is so important. It allows children to get to know their neighbourhoods, get exercise, and improve their concentration levels at school.
This mum's lovely message got us thinking about all the memories we make on the walk to school.