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Brake’s Kids Walk, previously known as Brake's Giant Walk and Walking Bus, is back!

On Wednesday 13 June, thousands of children aged 4-11 from across the country will put their best feet forward to promote road safety and the health and planet-saving benefits of walking. Your short supervised walk can take place at or around school, with children walking in a crocodile formation and holding hands to promote the importance of kids being able to walk without fear or threat from traffic.

Register your school now to receive a free action pack full of posters, banners, lesson plans, assembly presentations and activities. We will also have resources translated into the Welsh language. And we're on hand to help you plan and run your event on the day. 

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Global 5 calls to safer roads imageLike you, Brake is passionate about the safety and welfare of children. We believe it's every child's right to be able to walk in their communities without fear of traffic and pollution. But to do this, we need to make sure their journeys to school, home and shops are safe. This project aims to inspire and engage children about the dangers they face and help Brake call on grown ups to make their streets safer. We can do this by having footpaths, cycle paths, safe places to cross, slow traffic and clean traffic. We believe these 5 messages are important so we can stop the 5 children who are being killed or hurt on our roads every single day!



Brake's Kids Walk also provides a fantastic opportunity to raise valuable funds for Brake. Take a look at Zak's fundraising page for lots of fun ideas on how your school can get involved. From running a Wear Your Stripes Day to baking delicious treats to sell to parents. As a charity we rely heavily on donations to aid our work in supporting road crash victims and campaigning for safer roads.



Do you know anyone else who would like to take part? Share our marketing flyer with them!
Need it in Welsh? View our Welsh flyer.

For more information email, call the team on 01484 550061, or check out our teaching road safety guide.


Find out what primary schools have done before:

This project is kindly sponsored by:Co op

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