Here at the Federation of Trosnant Schools, we encourage all of our families to travel safely to school by walking, cycling, scooting and using public transport wherever possible. These maps provide you with information on how long it will take you to get to school by either walking or cycling and have been put together in partnership with Hampshire County Council to encourage all of us to get more active and as much as possible to leave the car at home.
If your child is moving schools and you want help finding the safest route for them to school visit you can find a transiton toolkit here.
As a reward for our excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable and active travel, we were awarded our Modeshift Stars silver accreditation. As well as being actively engaged in initiatives such as; bike week, walk to school week/month and The Big Pedal we have fully trained Junior Road Safety Officers who assist in promoting road safety issues within the school and local community.
We have also taken part in the National clean air day poster competition where children were asked to create a poster to raise awareness about air pollution and help make the air we breathe cleaner and healthier. The children did an amazing job and we had a winner and two runners up.