Radnage School – Community Cop Cards Scheme WINNER!!

The Parish Council were pleased to support this scheme again this year and delighted to learn that the Year 6 students at Radnage CofE Primary School were the ultimate winners!! Well done to all of the children and staff who supported this scheme.


The year 6 pupils from Radnage C of E school were the winners of Community Cop Cards 2019. They thoroughly enjoyed their prize which was a visit to LEGOLAND, Windsor. The work they produced was outstanding, they even designed new stickers for the scheme!

Community Cop Cards was created by partnership working between Thames Valley Police and Wycombe District Council, the scheme focuses on group effort, as classes compete against each other to win a trip to LEGOLAND, Windsor.

Children can collect up to 24 stickers by completing various activities such as, encouraging them to engage with their local community, learning about their safety and the safety of others and building a positive relationship with their local Neighbourhood Policing Teams. They had educational workshops delivered by Thames Valley Police, NSPCC, Bucks County Council, Bucks and Milton Keynes Fire & Rescue, MoneySense, Dementia Friends and St John’s Ambulance.

The scheme was rolled out in April 2019 to the 440 pupils from 13 participating primary schools in the Marlow and surrounding rural areas. After a lot of hard work the scheme finished in July 2019 with all pupils eagerly hoping they had won.

The school’s who participated were:

  • Cadmore End
  • Claytons
  • Danesfield
  • Foxes Piece
  • Frieth
  • Lane End
  • Radnage
  • Spinfield
  • St Paul’s
  • St Peter’s
  • Westfield
  • West Wycombe
  • Wooburn Green

The scheme was funded by Thames Valley Police, Wycombe District Council, local Councils and businesses. For more information on the scheme please see the website:

The scheme is in it’s third year and after huge success and enjoyed by all, we are looking forward to Community Card scheme 2020.