This week (15-19 May) is Walk to School Week. The Public Health Agency is encouraging everyone to get more active by leaving the car at home and walking the school run. Over three-fifths (61%) of primary school pupils are driven to or from school by car, while less than a third – only 29% – walk. Less than one in a hundred primary school children cycle to school. The Active Schools Travel programme encourages and supports pupils at 250 schools to walk, cycle or scoot to school. The programme now also incorporates the Daily Mile. For further information, access IPH active travel resources and the recent all island Physical Activity Report Card for Children.