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Junior Travel Ambassadors!



This exciting scheme promotes active and safer travel to and from school. Junior Travel Ambassador (JTA) is aimed at Year 5 pupils and empowers them to make their own decisions about what they think needs to change to improve road safety for their school.


JTAs also encourages pupils to get more active and lead healthier lifestyles. The Junior Travel Ambassadors (JTAs) are pupils from Year 5 or Year 4 who are responsible for promoting active travel such as walking, cycling, scooting and road safety.


The JTA’s are enthusiastic and love doing competitions and assemblies. They have organised events for both “Walk to School Week” and “The Big Pedal”. They enjoy the support and contact they have with Maree Richards, Road Safety Officer at Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC), she gives them advice and helps with anything they are planning to do.


The JTAs work with the school JTA mentors – Miss Johnson and Mrs Davey, to carry out assemblies, conduct surveys, and help input data.  They help plan, run and judge competitions and special events each year.

JTAs term of office is for one year and the JTAs meet regularly to share ideas and opinions, make plans and organise events.


The Junior Travel Ambassador scheme is run by CCC.  The scheme was originally launched by TfL (Transport for London).






Our aims:

  • To encourage our fellow pupils to walk, cycle or scooter to school as often as possible
  • To make sure the children of All Saints Inter-Church Academy are safe on the roads of March
  • To raise awareness of road safety
  • To raise awareness of safe, active and independent travel in a fun way
  • To find out more about Junior Travel Ambassadors, please see the CCC website.


We are currently working on a new school Travel Policy.  Please support our school community.

Road Safety Week November 2021

Bike to School Week 27th Sep - 1st Oct 2021

And the winners were........

Congratulations to Meera in Year 3 and Lyra in Year 4!

Bling Your Bike Competition 30th April 2021

The winners were:


Alice L - Year 4

Neve - Year 4

Lacey - Year 6


The competition was in conjunction with the Big Pedal - which promotes a cycling to school week.


Well done to everyone who entered and our winners - very well done!



National winners for our contribution to sustainable travel - Team 2020!


Miss Johnson and Mrs Davey were thrilled to receive this national award.


Modeshift Trophy



Modeshift Stars Accreditation

March 2021


All Saints Inter-Church Academy are absolutely thrilled and proud to announce we have been awarded the Platinum Level STARS Award by Modeshift Stars Schools.  This is an outstanding achievement for our school and is all down to every single one of you who has walked, scooted, cycled or taken part in any sustainable travel activity.  This is the first time this level has been awarded and we are 1 0f 8 schools nationwide to be accredited.


Wow - Way to go ALL SAINTS!

August 2020

All Saints Inter-Church Academy are absolutely delighted to announce we have been awarded the Silver Level STARS  Award by Modeshift Stars Schools.  This is such a great achievement for our school and is all down to every single one of you who has walked, scooted, cycled or taken part in any sustainable travel activity. 




We are currently awaiting to hear the results of our Regional Award nomination....watch this space!  




The awards are supported by the Department for Transport.





July 2020

All Saints Inter-Church Academy are proud to be awarded the Bronze Level STARS Award by Modeshift Stars Schools for our efforts to increase levels of walking, cycling and other forms of sustainable transport on the journey to school.  We have been awarded the Bronze Level STARS award 3 times in the last three years - well done All Saints!


We are delighted to announce in 2020 we have been nominated by our Local Authority for a Regional Award.





The awards are supported by the Department for Transport.





Upcoming Events


Anti-Idling campaign

The JTAs will be hosting an assembly with two guests who are campaigning for cleaner air. 


Did you know….


  • Unnecessary idling of a car engine is a traffic offence
  • Air pollution can cause serious health issues
  • If a car is left idling for more than 10 seconds it uses more fuel than the cost of restarting the engine
  • Excess idling can damage car engines, damage cylinders, spark plugs and exhaust systems.


Please may we respectfully request, if you come to school early, please wrap up warm with a coat and a jumper and switch off your engine. Our school community do not want to be exposed to excess fumes. This is also very bad for children with chest conditions and asthma. Please don’t be an engine idler.

For the health and well-being of pupils, families and staff, please turn your engine off once you’ve parked safely, legally and with consideration, as pollution reduces air quality.







Abbie Ayre Visits All Saints!



Years 4 and 5 were treated to a Cambridgeshire County Council-funded performance from Abbie Ayre and the Shed of Science theatre production.  The performance had a strong message about the benefits of walking to school.  It was a fantastic performance! 


We even made it into the newspaper!




Design a Bike Competition October 2019





  Wow!  We received 47 entries to this competition, well done to everyone who entered.












Walk to School Week May 2019



Children walking to school were given stickers for Walk to School Week:


Sustrans Big Pedal Challenge March - April 2019

Well done All Saints!  You made the press again.  Over 100 children took part in the Big Pedal Challenge - that is amazing!




JTAs Big Pedal Challenge - Cambs Times


WOW Badge design competition announcement March 2019


Thank you to everyone who entered our design a badge competition.


We had some fantastic entries and we had a difficult job in selecting the best 3 to enter the competition which were sent to London.  The best 3 entries were:


Lydia in Reception – Lydia drew a picture of a colouring pen – well done Lydia!

Zane in Year 1 – Zane drew a picture of an alarm clock – well done Zane!

Elise in Year 3  - Elise drew a picture of a light bulb – good work Elise!


We will let you know if you are winners in the overall competition.


Thank you again to everyone who entered the competition – your pictures were brilliant.

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