Sustans Big Walk and Wheel 2024

Well done to all children who have taken part in the Big Walk and Wheel event. It has been extremely pleasing to see so many children (and their parents/ carers) engaging in this event. The event concluded today with a Fun Day on the school yard, when children enjoyed an opportunity to ride their bicycles and scooters, negotiating and navigating their way through a range of obstacles and courses!

Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel inspires pupils to make active journeys to school, improve air quality in their neighbourhood and discover how these changes benefit their world. On each day of the challenge, schools across the country compete to see who can get the highest percentage of their pupils walking, using a wheelchair, scooting or cycling to school. Our school’s best five days will determine our final position, but children will log their journeys on all ten days of the competition.

Currently 53% of children have participated this week and school is 170th (out of over 2000 schools taking part), which is an excellent effort. Final tables and results are being collated!

Well done, TEAM Stanley Crook!

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