Watch our 'Five ways to smile on the way to school' animation, highlighting how an active journey to school can help your happiness! The film was made made with the help of pupils from Carlton Hill Primary School, St Andrews CE Primary School and Hove Junior School.
Our priorities are:
- to encourage families to choose safer, more active and sustainable travel options as an alternative to driving;
- to reduce road traffic, ease congestion and reduce carbon emissions, especially on routes to schools;
- to contribute towards the immediate and long-term health and well-being of children and young people;
- to provide guidance and support to schools which, through updating their School Travel Plan, are actively promoting walking and cycling to school;
- allocating of Road Safety resources, for example cycle, scooter and child pedestrian training to those schools which, through their School Travel Plan (STP) surveys and associated targets, have highlighted a need for training within their STP.
Information to help you on your school journey
- 'How do you travel to school?' 2016/17 (PDF 4MB) - a practical guide about travel to school in the city
- Walking to school
- Cycling and scooting to school
- Public Transport
- Driving and parking
- School Travel Plans
- Safer Routes to School
- Journey planners: JourneyOn and school route planner
- Home to school transport provided by Brighton & Hove City Council
- SWITCH school travel newsletter (PDF 1.6MB) - Modeshift's national school travel newsletter giving news, ideas, and discounts to help you and your school promote safe, active and sustainable travel on the school journey.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 2923704.
How Pupils Travelled to School in 2015
Brighton & Hove City Council's Mode of Travel Survey shows that over a third of children travelled to school by car or van in 2015, with half of journeys being made on foot or scooting.