Travel Noticeboard

Chase Side Primary School’s Travel Noticeboard helps keep pupils, staff, parents/carers and visitors up to date with all our travel-related news. We will be promoting upcoming activities and celebrating successful events.

TfL STARS Gold Level Accreditation

Chase Side Primary School is working towards becoming one of the top 10% of London schools, setting high standards to inspire others to transform travel habits, fully engage the wider community to promote best practices, and see a measurable reduction in the number of journeys made by car every day. 

School Streets Campaign

School Streets in Enfield create safer environments around schools for children and the community. These areas are transformed into pedestrian and cycling zones outside of schools.


During school term, they operate from Monday to Friday at set times for drop-off (morning) and pick-up (afternoon). Roads remain open to people walking, scooting, and cycling, as well as those exempt from the closure.


Our school street is operated by an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera system. 


A recent Transport for London study found that School Streets reduced nitrogen dioxide at drop-off time by up to 23%, and 18% of parents reported driving to school less when their child attended a school with a School Street1.

Walk to School Week 

Chase Side Primary School joined over a million primary school pupils to mark Walk to School Week. Walk to School Week is a yearly event held in May to raise awareness of walking and other active ways to travel to and from school.  We understand that some of our families live a considerable distance from school but that doesn’t mean they can’t join in the fun. They could consider ‘Park and Stride’. This means they drive most of the way but park a 10 minute walk from school and finish the journey on foot. During the week we aim to encourage active travel, increase awareness of the local environment and eases congestion.

Cycling and Scooter Parking

Chase Side Primary School has scooter and cycle parking to encourage our pupils and colleagues to scoot or cycle to school, rather than drive. This helps reduce congestion and improves road safety and air quality around the school gates.


During our 'Bling your Bike' 'Sparkle your Scooter' Competition our parking facilities were fit to burst. On average we have 30 to 40 Bikes and Scooters, but on competition day we had 117!