Schools across Wales will be re-opening to some pupils from Monday 29, June and we have put together some useful information, answering the questions that parents, carers or pupils may have.
Please visit our FAQs here here to find out more about Health & Safety, attendance, the school day, catering & more.
Children and families have been asked to walk, cycle or scoot to school where possible and the Council is continuing to promote Active Travel as the safest and healthiest way to get to school.
When Active Travel is not possible, a series of new traffic schemes will be in place so that children and families can maintain social distancing safely.
27 schools sites will have road closures to facilitate social distancing at school drop-offs and picks up, meaning that children and families can utilise roads where needed.
Other measures will include the widening of pavements and pathways and the introduction of temporary 20mph limits on roads at some school sites.
For a full list of school road closures please visit here
As part of Cardiff Council’s commitment to promoting and assisting active school travel, parents and children are being asked about the regular routes they take on foot or by scooter and bike to help plan the Active Travel Network Map.
To have your say and for more information please visit here
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