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Summary

  • 42% of respondents stated that there is something ‘making it harder’ for them to travel along the school street
  • The school with the highest level of reported issues is King’s Academy College Park (48%). This is most likely explained by the broader question wording

**question wording changed for wave 3 to: “In general terms (i.e. not just during the School Street trial) is there anything that makes it harder for you or for children to walk, cycle, or scoot, specifically along the street the school is on?”

Is there anything that makes it harder for you or for children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the street the school is on? (all waves)**

Base: Total sample (341) | Wave 3: King’s Academy College Park (162) | Wave 2: Meon Infant & Junior (87) | St John's (22*) | Wave 1: St Jude's (60) | Bramble (10*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that:
Of the total sample, 42% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 58% feel there is not
Of respondents for King’s school, 48% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 52% feel there is not
Of respondents for Meon schools, 34% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 66% feel there is not
Of respondents for St John’s school, 32% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 68% feel there is not
Of respondents for St Jude’s school, 47% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 53% feel there is not
Of respondents for Bramble school, 20% feel there is something that makes it harder for them or their children to walk, cycle, or scoot along the school street, and 80% feel there is not