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Journey Planning

Planning is the key to an active journey, there are many ways to plan using digital online support. Some useful links are below to plan either all or part of your journey. Schools will be receiving more detailed maps through the summer holidays, which they will send out to parents. Once you have planned your journey, try it out for timing, get to know the route and for those children transitioning to a new school build confidence in a new area. 

Game on! Games to make every school journey an adventure:

  • iSpy - See if you spot an object that begins with each letter of the alphabet and then swap over!
  • Scavenger hunt - Create a shortlist of things your children need to look for on their journey. The one that spots most wins!
  • Nature sleuth - Nature is all around no matter where you live. So, how many cats did you see? Which bird is loudest?
  • Categories - Think of a category, like flowers, colours, animals, vegetables, and take it in turns to name something in that category.

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Free Holiday Activities and Food for Low Income Families this Christmas

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Council reviews SEN transport decisions

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