ENGLISH Primary School curriculum materials




Sustainable Travel link

Document created


Foundation stage

Speaking and listening

Talking about journeys to and from school

Lesson plans


Interpreting road signs

Lesson plans


Labelling bikes, scooters and other vehicles in their environment by matching the correct label to the appropriate part

Lesson plans

KS1 & KS2


Reading lists for non-fiction and fiction books covering environmental issues

List of books and descriptions

On-line resources

On-line English resources

List of websites and descriptions





Discussion & debate: “Children should walk to school every day”

Drama: Passenger Power

Presentation skills: Which way to school?

Fact book: The Environmental Impact of How I Travel to School

Persuasive letter writing: Pedestrian safety at my school gates

Diary writing: journeys to school or on holiday, now and in the past

Activity ideas with some full lesson plans



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  • ROMANSE (ROad MANagement System for Europe) provides up to the minute traffic and travel information in and around the Hampshire area. If you car...
  • Air pollution is caused by natural and man-made particles and gases. Substances like pollen or emissions from industry, vehicles, buildings or...
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  • There are many benefits to promoting active and sustainable travel at your workplace, including: reduced costs lower carbon emissions and...