Primary Education News

3 Sep '14

News Children spend 50% more time on school drive than in their parents' day

Research shows schoolchildren now spend an average of 26 hours a year being driven to school, compared with 18 in 1995Schoolchildren are spending almost 50% more time inside a car on the morning school run today than their parents' generation did.Research from the transport charity Sustrans, based on government figures, showed that primary school children now spend an average of 26 hours a year being driven to school, compared with 18 hours in 1995. Continue reading...

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