The Go Learn programme, which is delivered by Sussex Community Rail Partnership and Southern, will help your pupils develop confidence and skills for safe, independent travel on public transport to secondary school. It provides your pupils with the skills to plan journeys, purchase tickets, and use rail services safely and confidently. It also promotes sustainable travel. It is aimed at Year 6 pupils and is free of charge.
Your Year 6 pupils can attend a Junior Citizen event in West Sussex, or a Safety In Action event in East Sussex and meet Southern’s Rail Enforcement Officers (REOs). These sessions are part of a day long event where pupils will meet organisations such as Fire and Rescue Service, Sussex Police and the RNLI, and develop their confidence in dealing with new experiences. Our REOs talk about how to stay safe on the railways.
To find out more about Junior Citizen in Crawley, West Sussex please contact: Deborah.Gomez@crawley.gov.uk
To find out more about Junior Citizen in Horsham, West Sussex please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Safety in Action in East Sussex please contact: Sophie.Hepworth@esfrs.org
This free interactive classroom workshop is for Year 6 pupils. The workshop is an hour long and covers:
This workshop is now available as three online workshops run by the Education Officer, click here for more details.
To book your free workshop please contact Maddy Mills, Education Officer email@example.com / 07852 221274
Following the classroom workshop your Year 6 pupils can visit their local train station and take a free return trip on a train (usually to the next station). Please allow several hours for this visit which will include four or five activities including:
The train ride could be used to deliver other areas of your curriculum (e.g. schools have used the train ride as part of an Evacuation Day experience).
‘Take a trip on a train’ is an activity in the Department for Education’s Year 6 Activity Passport
To book your free station visit and train ride please contact Maddy Mills, Education Officer firstname.lastname@example.org / 07852 221274