Practical Pedestrian Training for Children in Years 3-4

Active travel such as walking has a wide range of physical, environmental and mental health benefits. By regularly walking to school, children can build in to their daily routine valuable exercise to help them achieve the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity. Unfortunately, fewer children walk to school than they did 20 years ago. In addition to the health benefits, walking to school provides valuable road safety experience and an opportunity to socially interact with family and friends.

Many local authorities employ Road Safety Officers who support teachers wishing to carry out pedestrian training. Schools who wish to carry out pedestrian training should contact their local Road Safety Team in the first instance.

These free downloadable resources are designed to help schools where Road Safety Officer support is not available and provides advice and information on how to organise pedestrian training for children in years 3-4.

Our pedestrian training pack for schools includes:


Family Safety Week


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