HOW TO MAKE A PATH
First open Google Earth
It is now opened.
Now click 'add path' button.
Type in the name of your journey.
Drag the box to the bottom corner.
In the search bar, type in the location of your house through address, postcode,etc. and click the 'Enter' key.
Once you've pressed go, it should load to the location of your house.
From the location of your house, draw a path up to the edge of the screen following the roads you take to get to school. If you do not know this, as your parents or alternatively use an atlas.
Release the mouse when you can go no further and navigate using the 'hand' on the side which can be seen, just above the peggyman.
Carry on drawing from where you left off...
Carry on this until you reach your destination i.e. Tiffin school, and press OK. It probably would've ended up somewhere in your places bar to the left.
In a few locations at your trip (i.e. a bridge, a T-Junction), add a Placemark. To achieve this, simply click the pin icon on the bar near the top and type in the name of the location, and customize! (You could change the pin by pressing the pin button by the name text box or even change the description,etc. at the bottom of the window.)
On the places bar on the left hand side, hover your mouse over it and right-click, then going onto add, and then folder.
Give the folder an appropriate name (and not what I called it.)
The folder should appear in your places section. You should drag your path, and your Placemarks into that folder. When you put something in a folder, a box outline should appear. Then release your mouse and it is in the folder.
Right-click on the folder and go onto 'Save Place As' or alternatively email from there.
Save it as a .kmz file in the location you need it to be.
Email it using whatever email provider. Use an attachment (the paperclip.) Locate your file and press send!
And you're done. Please may you tell us how useful you found this.