Ealing's schools achieve accreditation for active, safe and sustainable travel

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11 Sep 2019

Transport for London have confirmed their approval of 2019 applications for STARS accreditation.

We are delighted to announce this year's STARS accreditation awards:

Not engaged to Bronze

  • Ark Priory Primary Academy
  • Christ the Saviour Church of England Primary School
  • Drayton Manor High SchoolEast Acton Primary School
  • Featherstone Primary and Nursery School
  • Gifford Primary School
  • Khalsa Primary School
  • Notting Hill and Ealing High School
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
  • St Mark's Primary School

Bronze to Silver

  • Hobbayne Primary School
  • Allenby Primary School
  • Greenwood Primary School
  • St John's Primary School
  • St Mary's Church of England Primary
  • Tudor Primary School

Silver to Gold

  • Blair Peach Primary School

Gold renewed for 3 years

  • Hambrough Primary School
  • Mayfield Primary School
  • Perivale Primary School

Gold to Silver

  • St Raphael's Catholic Primary School

Bronze maintained

  • Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls

Silver maintained

  • Oaklands Primary School

Gold maintained

  • Clifton Primary School
  • Ravenor Primary School
  • Selborne Primary School
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School

Congratulations and well done to the school travel champions at these schools.

You can check your school's accreditation status below (see downloads).


STARS – Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe.

STARS is TfL's accreditation scheme for London schools and nurseries. STARS inspires young Londoners to travel to school sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely by championing walking, scooting and cycling. It supports pupils' wellbeing, helps to reduce congestion at the school gates and improve road safety and air quality.

STARS accredited schools can expect to see an average 6% reduction in the number of trips made by car to their school; gold and silver accredited schools report up to 12% reduction. This helps to reduce congestion around the school site and improve air quality in the local area.

Active travel has many benefits. It contributes to childrens' 60 minutes a day of physical activity, encouraging healthier travel behaviours and habits for life.

Schools register for the scheme, organise a whole host of walking, scooting, cycling and road safety activities, then add information to their STARS profile to let us know what they have been doing. They apply for accreditation in July, with approval from 1 September.


If you would like more information on STARS please contact the:
School travel team

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Last updated: 11 Sep 2019

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