FIVE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AND ACTIONS
1. Encourage safety in vicinity of school
2. Increased provision of pre and after school clubs which will relieve parking issues by staggering drops offs and pick ups.
The school will work to secure the services of additional external providers from the summer/autumn term 2015. Led by Head teacher.
3. Help parents consider and identify possible lift share possibilities.
Each academic year the school will circulate to parents a map with a series of dots on it representing the postcodes where the children live. Parents interested in considering a lift share are invited to write their name and email on the dot closest to where they live with an arrow to any other dots, representing other parents in their postcode area, who they may be interested in a lift share arrangement with. They then return the annotated map to the school office. If the office finds a direct match with the map returned by another parent then the school will put the two parents in contact by email. Any subsequent lift share arrangements that may arise are strictly between those parents. Therefore the school bears no liability or responsibility. Parents who express an interest in lift share but are unmatched will appear as a green dot on the map so that other parents can see that there are lift share possibilities available. The school will not under any circumstances disclose any private residential addresses to anyone.
Led by School Office & Governor commencing during summer/autumn term 2015.
4. Promote cycling, scooting, & walking.
5. Identify and agree appropriate road/infrastructure improvements and engage with relevant bodies and other stakeholders to deliver.
Infrastructure improvements require a great deal of work to achieve. A working group made up of parents and supported by governors will work on this. Some parents have already put forward proposals. Any parents who wish to participate in this working group please contact the school office. Led by parent Gary Rustell
REVIEW, MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT
The working group referred to in (5) above will also review the effectiveness of this overall Travel Plan and update it as appropriate. Sustrans school survey providing data to measure effectiveness and progress. They will meet at least once a term.