School Travel Plan

School travel plan logo

The School Travel Plan is designed to promote considerate parking around the school at drop-off and pick-up times, encourage more children to walk to and from school and to make walking to school safer.

The School Travel Plan team consists of key members of staff, School Travel Plan Advisors from Hampshire County Council, our School Crossing Patroller, our local PCSO, governors and parents.

Parents, we ask that you please:

  • Report inconsiderate parking via (see below)STP Photo
  • Park elsewhere, other than on the zigzags
  • Find a safe, considerate and legal place to park your car
  • Park away from road junctions (as per the Highway Code) as it is dangerous and blocks visibility
  • Make use of the Dudley Avenue car park, or a friend’s house (with their permission) and walk to school
  • Let your children out of the car safety, on the pavement side if possible
  • Be mindful to always leave sufficient space for our neighbours to pull into/ out of their driveways safely

To report a parking incident

Please send an email to:

And include the following details:

  • the incident date and time
  • location
  • details of situation along with a photograph of the vehicle in question, showing it parked inconsiderately with registration plate clearly visible

All the details get logged and registration numbers will be published in the weekly school newsletter. In the unlikely event that someone has been reported three times, the photographic evidence and details of the incident will be forwarded to our designated PCSO at Hampshire Police, for review. He will then make contact with the owner directly.

What we’ve been doing

Hordle School takes part in the WOW year-round walk to school challenge. More details can be found by clicking here.

2020 – Entered a competition to design new ‘Walk to School’ badges for the next academic year.

2019 – Maintained our Modeshift STARS Award

2018 – A Hordle pupil won the runners-up prize in the Walktober Wellie Competition.


2018 – Maintained our Modeshift STARS Award

2017 – Achieved our first Modeshift STARS Award which was awarded during a whole school family fun run.


2017 – The JRSO and Junior Health & Safety Team won an award.


2017 – Launched our Park ‘n’ Stride map with the help of Basil.


2016 – Held a competition for the children to design a banner for the front of the school.

STP banner

We hope everyone will work together to make the streets of Hordle a safe and pleasant place to be!

Important Information

Park and Stride Map

Zig Zag Lines Leaflet