Every October is International Walk to School Month - an opportunity for children to join hundreds of thousands of pupils across the globe celebrating the walk to school.
And this year are looking at how we make the Walk to School safer and easier. Find out what you can do...
School road closures are transformative, removing the congestion, pollution and other hazards posed by cars to put pupils and families first.
We went to Millfields Community School in East London, one of the schools taking part in WOW, our year-round walk to school challenge, to find out about the school road closure scheme run by the London Borough of Hackney, and how taking part has benefited pupils, parents and teachers.
Find out about our groundbreaking Walk to School challenges.
Our report contains 21 recommendations for promoting walking to school.
Need more inspiration to get walking?
Take a look at our Silver Clarion Award winning film, produced with the Media Trust.
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.
How one school 's commitment to walking to school with us culminated in a hugely successful Park & Stride scheme.