Before starting the challenge, take a look at our fantastic free resource Increasing Active Travel to School - a six-week, step-by-step guide. The guide contains ideas and activities to help you prepare for the challenge.

We have a selection of promotional posters and web banners to help you publicise the Big Shift at your school - click on the links below to download.

Primary school posters (PDFs, approx 1MB)

Secondary school posters (PDFs, approx 1MB)

Web banner (jpegs, size in pixels):


You will need complete a baseline data survey before you start the challenge as we use this information to calculate your targets. Click here for a survey you can use. If you already have this data from a survey carried out in the past 6 months then you can use that, as long as it used the exact same question and possible answers.


Use our Power Point presentation to introduce The Big Shift in your school. It can be used before or after completing your baseline data survey.


When taking part in The Big Shift, record the total number of journeys made by your class or school on our wallchart. Pupils can also record their journeys individually on our pupil record card.

Individual pupil record card (PDFs, print double sided and cut into four separate cards, approx 3MB)

Wallchart (PDF, can be printed A4, A3 or A2, approx 0.5 MB)

All of the activities are designed to fit in any part of a busy school day with no special resources or preparation necessary. Find out more about all our Welsh resources.


Sustrans' Superheroes is an individual award scheme aimed at 7- to 11-year-olds which recognises pupils' skills and achievements in walking, scooting and cycling. Based on a booklet of activities, the scheme provides the structure and inspiration for children to learn and practice the skills essential for fun, safe and sustained active travel to school and for other journeys. For more information, visit


For further information on these resources and for other opportunities to promote active travel in your school, please get in touch with us: 0117 915 0100 or email .