Giant Walking Bus 2010 - what happened

Kill your speedBrake is delighted to announce that over 130,000 children from over 550 schools took part in our Giant Walking Bus in 2010!

Visit our facebook page to see photos from schools who took part.

The aim of Brake’s Walking Bus the project is twofold, to encourage schools to educate children about road safety and to raise funds for Brake to ensure we can continue our work with families who have been bereaved in road crashes.

In 2010, Brake continued to run a reward scheme to recognise schools who go above and beyond with their fundraising efforts and support the charity by donating substantial amounts.

Brake would like to take this opportunity to thank all schools who took part in the 2010 Walking Bus with special reference to:

Platinum Schools who raised over £1,200: Martin Primary School, London

Gold schools who raised over £800: Bovey Tracey Primary School, Devon. Canmore Primary School, Fife. Carrickfergus Model Primary School, Belfast. Counden Primary School, Durham. Ernesettle Community School, Plymouth. Hadley Wood Primary School, Barnett. St Monica's Catholic Primary School, Milton Keynes

Silver schools who raised over £500: Aireview Infant School, Keighley. Central Park Primary School, London. Clarksfield Primary School, Oldham. Claytons School, Bucks. Dyce Primary School, Aberdeen. East End Primary School, Moray. Ferryden Primary School, Angus. Frogmore Junior School, Surrey. Hallgate Primary School, Hull. Hambrough Primary School and Nursery, Middlesex. Hay Lane School, London.  Lochee Primary School, Dundee. Old Palace Primary School, London. Penybont Primary School, Bridgend. Plumcroft Primary School, London. Raynham Primary School, London. Rokesly Infants School, London. Yew Tree Children's Centre, Liverpool. Yew Tree Community School, Oldham