St Michael's is Legging it to Lapland
We are working with sustainable transport charity Sustrans to help reduce traffic congestion and pollution around the school gate by encouraging as many pupils as possible to walk, scoot or cycle to school instead of coming in a car.
As part of this schools project, we will be Legging it to Lapland – clocking up virtual miles on our journey to Lapland. The challenge runs from November 25th to December 6th. The winning school will be the one with the highest average proportion of active journeys (made on foot or non-motorised wheels) per pupil.
There are some great prizes to choose from, including a demonstration from Andrei Burton, the UK’s premier mountain bike trials rider, skateboard/scooter sessions for up to 210 children and 2 x child-friendly personalised parking signs for your school.
Please help us to win by making a special effort to walk your children to school or allow them to cycle or scoot. If you have to drive but still want to take part, park at least 5 minutes away from the school and walk, cycle or scoot the rest of the way. Or drop off your child with a friend who walks to school and let them walk in together?
Look out for your child’s Leg it to Lapland ‘passport’ and some special activities in school to help boost those miles.
Thank you for your support!