Hertfordshire County Council’s Safe and Sustainable Journeys in Schools team work with schools, countywide, to encourage children and young people and their parents and carers to travel to school using active and sustainable modes.
From this page you can find information about:
Planning your child’s journey to school using Hertfordshire’s online journey planner
The range of initiatives schools can implement to promote and encourage walking, scooting and cycling to school
Bus and train travel to school
The programme of Road Safety Education which the Safe and Sustainable Journeys in Schools team offers to schools.
The Safe and Sustainable Journeys in Schools team also works in partnership with Living Streets to promote walking initiatives such as WOW and Free your Feet and with Modeshift on the STARS travel planning accreditation scheme.
- School travel links
Websites for children, teachers and parents
For further information on Sustainable Travel and Road Safety programmes available to schools, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Customer Service Centre on 0300 123 4047.
Hertfordshire pupils are taking up Buster's Walking Challenge during Walk To School Week - 13th to 17th October 2014
These Awards celebrate schools’ good practice promoting active and sustainable travel and road safety.
Try out our easy-to-use online ' AWARD WINNING ' school journey planner to find the best ways to get to school.
New help for schools and parents to ensure children are safe when scooting to school.