Becket Keys School
Getting to and from Becket Keys School
These routes and maps are suggestions of how you could stop taking the car and swap to cycling, walking, or scooting to school. They don’t show every possible route and you could have fun finding a way that works for you. If you know a safe way that gets you there even quicker, that’s great! Take that route instead.
Sawyers Hall Lane
Heavy traffic zone
Heavy traffic at drop off and pick up times is usual. We recommend avoiding roads within roughly 1000 metres of Becket Keys School. This includes large parts of Sawyers Hall Lane, Highland Avenue and Burland Road and the smaller roads attached to them.
Cycling and walking routes
From the North – cycling and walking
Doddinghurst Road via Highland Avenue (1.7km approx.)
Drop off where the Sports Centre meets Doddinghurst Road. Continue straight on Doddinghurst Road and follow to the end of the road. Turn left onto Ongar Road, turn left onto Highland Avenue and continue straight, turn left into Sawyers Hall Lane to reach Becket Keys School.
From the West – cycling and walking
Greenshaw via Wingway (1.7km approx.)
Drop off where Costead Manor meets Greenshaw. Turn right onto Costead Manor and then use the pedestrian island to cross Costead Manor. Take the footpath onto Little Highwood Road and continue along to Regents Way, using the public footpath to cross from Little Highwood Road to Regents way. Then continue straight onto Richmond Avenue footpath. Continue straight onto Chelsea Way then turn right onto Geary Drive. Turn left onto Wingway and follow to the end of the road. Turn right onto Ongar Road. Cross Ongar Road using the pedestrian traffic lights, continue along Ongar Road. Turn left onto Highland Avenue and continue straight, turn left into Sawyers Hall Lane to reach Becket Keys School.
From the East – walking only
Hall Lane public footpath 25 (900m approx.)
Drop off where Hall Lane meets the public footpath. Continue along the footpath until you reach Sawyers Hall Lane. Turn right onto Sawyers Hall Lane to reach Becket Keys School.
Being close to the centre of Brentwood, plenty of public bus services stop near the school on Shenfield Road, the High Street and Ongar Road. These provide direct connections with Shenfield, Ingatestone, Chelmsford and some of the villages north of town. The stops are well-placed, with waiting shelters and seats.