Haseltine Travel PlanLondon Borough of Lewisham school travel and accreditation plan
To achieve the Gold Standard, Haseltine has to demonstrate exceptional results in at least one of the following categories: walking/scooter, cycling, road safety, public transport or student lead project.
In 2021-22 we aim to maintain our Gold level standard with the Transport for London Stars.
We have been involved in many projects, many of which are ongoing.
We have many bikes in school, including balance bikes and scooters for our younger children. Our older children take part in Cycle Confident. We also have Scooter Training for our Yr2 children.
We have activities in the playground to encourage road safety. We encourage all our families to walk to school or to take public transport and our Junior Road Safety Ambassadors (JRSA’s) ensure that our children are travelling to school more safely.
We work with our community to ensure safer parking around the school and with the local authority to reduce the number of heavy vehicles using Haseltine Road.
Since April 2021, the roads around Haseltine (Bell Green Lane & Haseltine Rd) have been made a School Streets area. This means that the road is closed to traffic between 8.30-9.30am and 2.45-4pm.
We had several new trees planted on Haseltine Road in 2021, we also have a Green Screen Ivy & Clematis Wall along the Reception & Nursery border wall with Stanton Way.
May is National Walk to School Month
Look at the 20 tips below to get you and your family walking
Haseltine’s New Junior Road Safety Officers
“Our job is to make travelling to school safer and more active and help our friends get ready for their journey to Secondary School.
We got GOLD!
Have fun walking to school…”
Bringing the School Travel Plan to life!
Last term our Drama after School club children, Miss Macnab and Francis Smith from Act Smart have been devising their own performance to show to the whole school what STP is all about using an original script.
“Years ago the pollution was like a fog/smog hovering over our city but today the air pollution is invisible and is causing lots of harm to our health”
Download Lewisham’s air quality app
If you live, work or study in the Lewisham borough, you can download our air-quality app, Lewisham Air, to get news and alerts about air quality.
Created by Kings College London, Lewisham Air gives you the chance to check the air quality in the borough and plan low-pollution walking and cycling routes using a specially-designed map.