West Hatch High School
Getting to and from West Hatch High 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.
Heavy traffic zone
Heavy traffic at drop off and pick up Times is usual. We recommend avoiding roads within roughly 1000 metres of West Hatch high School. This includes High Road, Manor Road, Forest Lane, Tomswood Road, Love Lane and Chigwell road and all smaller roads attached to them.
Cycling and walking routes
From the North - walking only
High Road (1.1km approx.)
Drop off where High Road meets Hainault Road. Turn left onto High Road follow the road to reach West Hatch High school.
The Chase via Hainault Road (2.4km approx.)
Drop off where The Chase meets Hainault Road. Turn left onto Hainault Road and then turn right onto Manor Road. Turn right onto Forest Lane. Turn left onto High Road to reach West Hatch High School.
From the East - walking only
Manor Road via Forest Lane (1.9km approx.)
Drop off on Manor Road. Turn right onto Forest Lane. Turn left onto High Road to reach west Hatch High School.
From the South - cycling or walking
Tomswood Road (1.7km approx.)
Drop off where Tomswood Road meets Penhurst Road. Turn right onto Tomswood Road and then follow the road onto Turpin’s Lane then turn right onto High Road to reach West Hatch High School.
South West - cycling or walking.
Cross Road via Love Lane (800m approx.)
Drop off where Cross Road meets Manor Road. Turn left onto Cross Road then right onto Love Lane. Turn left onto Turpin’s Lane then right onto High Road to reach West Hatch High Road.
Cross Road via Chigwell Road (640m approx.)
Drop off where Cross Road meets Chigwell Road. Continue straight onto High Road to reach West Hatch High School.
A few bus services stop right outside the school. They come from the direction of Buckhurst Hill and Loughton. The 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard allows free travel on Transport for London buses, and The 16+ Zip Oyster photocard permits you 50% off if you live outside London, and free if you live inside. Both are available to those who live both inside and outside London. There is a small admin fee when applying.
Chigwell Underground station on the Central Line between Stratford and Newbury Park, is under 800 metres from the school entrance. The services are very frequent. Similar to the buses, the 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard allows child rate pay as you go fares on the Tube, and the 16+ Zip Oyster photocard permits you 50% off the adult fare, whether you live inside or outside London. There is a small admin fee when applying.