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St Lawrence

Catholic Primary School

"Our school is a place where we all come together as one community to learn, have fun and make lasting friendships all under God's love and care."




At St Lawrence Catholic School we encourage our children to be active by walking, cycling or scooting to school. We provide secure bicycle and scooter storage. All children travelling to and from school must wear a helmet. 


Public Transport

The school is very well served by buses due to the proximity of the high street: the 117, 235, 635, 90, H25 and H26 all stop a 3 minute walk from the school. The 285 stops further away on Hanworth Road. We are also a 5 minute walk from Feltham Train Station.


Other travel information

We are located on High Street, Feltham.  We encourage cars not to stop on our surrounding roads when bringing their children to or collecting their children from the school as it is dangerous for children crossing the road.


Independent Travel and Personal Safety

In Year 5 and 6, you have the option of letting your child travel to school independently.

Here is some guidance for parents who may want to start letting their child travel to school independently.


As children reach upper primary school they will want to become more independent. Use this time to reinforce their road awareness and gradually encourage them to make their own decisions:

  • Practise walking to school and to other destinations together. Start to let them lead the way and make decisions about where and when to cross.
  • Once you’re both confident, they could walk a little further ahead.
  • When they are ready to go it alone, work out a route together using quieter roads and avoiding busy junctions. Walk the route with them to point out good crossing points and things to watch out for.
  • Encourage them to walk with local friends (you may want to set some ground rules with other parents first) Remind them to avoid distractions such as chatting to friends, using mobile phones or wearing earphones when crossing roads.


Children have specific gates to enter the site in the morning.

  • Nursery children only access the site through the gate on the High Street.
  • Junior children Y3-Y6 access the site through the gate on Victoria Road.
  • Infant children Y1 & Y2 access the site through the gate beside the Church.
  • Reception children access the site from the gate next to the pond.
  • An elder sibling can enter through their younger sibling gate if they are in Reception or Infants. Younger children do NOT access the site through the elder sibling gate.
  • Please can we also remind you about illegal parking and consideration for neighbours.
  • No cars should be parking next to the pond under any circumstances. Not only is it illegal but it is also very dangerous for the other children who are walking into school.




 TFL Stars - January 2022 - We have recently been awarded Bronze Stars Accreditation for 20/21.  We were able to achieve this wonderful award by scooting, cycling and walking to school and reducing car use. In keeping with the active and sustainable transport theme, our award was delivered by electric cargo bike !! 



Winston Gordon from London Bike Hub presenting our award to our lovely children.  Well done to everyone for your great efforts.  



Click to view TFL STARS Safety and Citizenship Activity Booklet


Click to watch the TFL Stars Safety and Citizenship presentation on positive travel behaviour: 

TFL Stars Positive Travel Behaviour 


Click to view Hounslow Council's 'Try Before you Bike' scheme Try Before you Bike Loan Scheme


Click to view TFL Travel for Schools and Young People