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Prarthana Borah 3h
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Kate Lyon Sep 14
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The Gerrards Cross CE School Sep 15
Year 6 girls showing how it’s done best
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Green Recovery Croydon Sep 17
The School Streets Scheme is beneficial in many ways but will be great for the walk to school week beginning 5th October!
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Bike to School TO Sep 16
What are the benefits of & ? made a website with research-backed answers: * Healthier students * Lower emissions, less air pollution * Safer school zones, healthier communities Website:
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Northcote Lodge Sep 14
Since returning to school, many more boys are choosing to cycle, scoot or walk every day, which is such a positive choice not only for their physical and mental well-being but for the environment too.
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Ayden Callaghan Sep 15
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Walk Toronto Sep 14
The Infrastructure and Environment Committee will be discussing the expansion of the school crossing guard program this week.
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Bike to School TO Sep 14
How do Toronto students get to school? Most recent baseline data from 2016: 32% , -3.4% vs 2011 32% TTC to school, +.4% 27% get driven to school, -.5% 7% ride the school bus, -.5% 2% , +.4% Opportunity to grow ! Need safe infra everywhere!
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Sustrans South East Sep 16
It's always exciting to start working with a new school, helping a whole new group of pupils to find their love of . Let's go!
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Bike to School TO Sep 14
the new protected bike lanes will make & safer & more comfortable for: - 33 school communities - 1000s of teachers, admin & other staff - 18,921 students & their families
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Jenni Wiggle Sep 14
Lovely to see this positive news story on the benefits of school streets in Enfield- safer and healthier, with teachers reporting more children walking to school as a result!
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Mrs OPY Sep 15
Enjoy your journey to school this morning. Look around you and see the seasons change. See what animals, birds and trees you notice on your way to school. What types of buildings do you pass? Play a game of eye spy with your little one.
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YCDSB Active School Travel Sep 16
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💡 Bright Minds Big Futures 💡 Sep 14
The Hub have launched their campaign for young people to walk to school. It’s so much more then exercise! - Jamie
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Wyndham Primary Sep 16
WOW - the year round walk to school challenge encourages children to benefit from walking/scooting/cycling to school. Can't walk - PARK and STRIDE, try and get a 10 minute walk in before you reach school. Pupils will be rewarded with a badge👍
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Bike to School TO Sep 15
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Shrewsbury Police Sep 14
SNT reassurance for parking issues outside Sundorne Infants school
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All Saints CES, YCDSB Sep 10
As we return to school, it’s important that we remain focused on supporting our physical & mental health & keeping our school zones safe. Active School Travel is one way of doing so!   
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Combined Authority Sep 17
1 in 4 cars on the road during morning peak time are on the school run. Let's start converting those rides into strides!
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