Hello and welcome!
Throughout the year we will be organising fun events to encourage alternative ways of getting to school. Keep checking back to see what we have been doing and to look at forthcoming events.
Below you will find links on various websites which will support you in trying to make your journey to school safe and sustainable. The Buckinghamshire Council site has links to bus timetables, walking maps and advice on car sharing.
We still need to set up a Working Party to discuss the impact on travel to school now that the High Wycombe town centre Master Plan is finished on Suffield Road. Please look at the Master Plan links on the Parents area on the website for updates and information.
If you are interested in being part of this group helping to promote active travel and safer routes to school please speak to me.
UPDATE: THANKS FOR ALL YOUR DONATIONS - YOU RAISED £165.96!
Our school is participating in HAPPY SHOESDAY on Tuesday 21 May to raise funds for road safety.
How it works
Pupils wear their happy shoes, walk to school and bring in a suggested £1 to donate to our chosen charity, Living Streets.
Your happy shoes could be anything from trainers or wellies to slippers or boots - or get creative and change the laces, add beads, wings or stickers. You can also download a shoe cape template to turn your shoes in to shoe-per-heroes at: www.livingstreets.org/happyshoesday
Where the money goes
Your donations will go towards Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking - working to make streets safer for all since 1929.
Read more about Living Streets’ work and where your money goes by visiting: www.livingstreets.org/happyshoesday
HWCE JRSO Team
Walking Zone Map
As part of our commitment to sustainable travel we have developed a map to show walking times from school. This is part of our collaboration with Buckinghamshire Council to develop and share ideas to walk more and drive less.
The map highlights a 10 minute walking zone and shows bus stops, safe crossing points and any parking restrictions.
The pictures and quotes on the map are from competition winners Diann, Shreya and Samuel.
We hope the map will enable you to plan a walking route and encourage you to walk, ride or scoot whenever you can.