10:31AM, Wednesday 25 May 2016
Active students put their best foot forward as they took part in Walk to School Week.
Youngsters at St Bernard's Preparatory School in Slough have been taking part in a ‘walking bus’, guided by teachers and parents, to take a safe and enjoyable route to school.
The students were taught to stay safe while walking to school as well as socialising and gaining valuable exercise at the start of their day.
Headteacher at the school in Hawtrey Close, Nathan Cheesman, said the walks were a ‘great break in routine’ to help students spend quality time together, socialising in a safe environment.
The headteacher added students and parents alike were ‘beaming with positivity’ on their morning walks which served as wonderful experience for the young children.
Walk to School Week took place from Monday, May 16 to Friday, May 20.
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