High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
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School Travel Plan

Our Junior Road Safety Officers receiving the Modeshift Stars National Travel Award for Buckinghamshire Primary School of the Year, 2017

High March has a small team of High March governors, parents, pupils and neighbours who meet regularly to discuss school travel-related issued and to find ways of involving the School community to make road safety and consideration a part of everyday School culture.

The School Travel Team has the following aims:

We have a strong walk to School ethos but we do recognise that some parents will find it necessary to drive/park in the immediate vicinity of the School.

The Working Party has also prepared some notes for guidance for both pedestrians and drivers on how to use the School Crossing. Please click on the link below for further details.If you are interested in your child cycling or scooting to School, we recommend that you click on the link below to read the School's Cycling and Scooting Policy.Sustrans are a leading UK charity working towards enabling people to travel on foot, by bike or public transport for more of their journeys. They have prepared some guidance on ‘winter-proofing’ your cycle ride. Please click on this link for further details.

School Travel Policy
Using the School Crossing
High March Cycling and Scooting Policy