As part of the air quality project that has taken place this half term, parents and carers are being encouraged to use the Walking Zone Map we have created to help reduce air pollution around Coleridge. The handy map shows different walking zones – a red zone for five minute journey time to school, and a blue zone for ten minutes. If living outside of both of the zones, parents and carers are encouraged to park in the streets just outside of the blue zone, before walking the final ten minutes of their journey to school.
The map is part of a campaign across Haringey that aims to improve the air quality in the borough. As children can be particularly susceptible to the damaging effects of pollution, Coleridge is keen to do its part to meet the aims of the project. If you would like to help support this initiative, please click here to download a copy of the Walking Zone Map, or collect one from either of the school offices, to plan your journey. If possible, you could even try scooting, cycling or using public transport to get to school.
“This is pollution and this is our solution – walk… to… school!”