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The walking bus is starting again on Tuesday 3rd March. Wrap up and join us at the fist stop at 8:25am.

Over the last two years, Springvale has been working hard to promote active and sustainable travel. We have worked closely with Modeshift STARS and were awarded our bronze award at the end of last year. This year we’re hoping to achieve our silver award!

Here are some of the amazing things we have been up to, in order to achieve our award…


Silver Award

BIG NEWS! We now have our silver ModeshiftStars award.

Advice for Adults

Below are some links to useful information to help you use active and sustainable travel.


Here are some useful videos that might help you support your child, when learning to ride a bike:



Information about Go-Ride sessions for children who can ride a bike confidently already. Can be found on this link: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/go-ride/article/goridest-Info-for-Parents



Here is the walking bus map.

Have a go at this game with your children to see how much they know about being bright!


Find information about being bright in the Winter weather on this website:


For older children, try watching these videos to help discuss crossing the road safely.


Check out this useful travel guide to help you plan your route. If your house is inside the blue circle, it’ll take you up to about 10mins to walk to school. If you live within the red circle it’ll only take about 5mins!

Here are some more maps to help you find your way around Barnsley and the Trans Pennine Trail. Copies are available at the school office.

tpt map

walking map