You can change the world by changing your trip to school!
The Waggy team were very happy this week as they have their new team shirts. The team is very committed with all students doing a great job. Numbers were down abit this week as Wednesday was a rainy morning here. Photos of the team in their shirts coming.
We have had a Junior and Senior winner for each of our counts, but to start with just one mannequin. Ms Riley got another mannequin so now we have a Junior Warnbro Walker AND a Senior one to award for each count. The Warnbro Walkers are given to the Junior and Senior classes with the highest Active Transport participation rates.
Our goal for Term 2 is for at least 50% of the students in every class choosing Active Transport which is walking, cycling, scootering or using public…Continue
Connecting Schools Grant was successful - Congratulations to everyone involved.
The plan for the year is to have all the items in the grant established within the year. The list is as follows:
On Wednesday April 22nd, we conducted a survey to find out how Como children got to school that day. We learned that the vast majority come by car. This makes our endeavour to promote TravelSmart to School and a Walking School bus all the more exciting and…Continue
Added by Como Primary School on April 23, 2015 at 11:14 — No Comments
At last the Lower King Bridge road works are complete and our much awaited GSG Walk2School Day can go ahead!
Get your walking shoes ready for Thursday 30th April 2015.
We will meet once again at 8.00am in Coraki Park (the little park near the Lower King Bridge) for our walk through the bush track and along our new pathway to school—a beautiful way to start the day for students, parents and siblings alike.
Pack an extra snack and a drink bottle for the walk, and a…Continue
As the only TravelSmart school in Albany currently, we’ve been busy sharing the TravelSmart passion with other schools in our region and will be taking the lead promoting it at the upcoming teacher professional development day in Albany in May.
At a recent road school road safety meeting in Albany, we were able to provide support to a local primary school, highlighting the benefits that we've experienced through our involvement with the TravelSmart…Continue
Does your school have a weekly travelsmart themed day that would benefit from spot prizes for those who walk, ride, scoot, skate or take public transport to school?
If you answered…Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 22, 2015 at 14:15 — No Comments
Are your TravelSmart Champions and student leadership team looking for a great activity to highlight road safety and safe routes to school this term?
‘Stencil Art’ is great fun and can be an engaging project for students who enjoy planning and taking part in creative projects with a sustainability focus. Your school might like to trial marking safe routes to school with chalk or 'officially' mark local footpaths in a 5, 10 and…Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 22, 2015 at 12:16 — No Comments
Anne was excited to share some stories with the TravelSmart to School online community about the great work that…Continue
Last term, on the 18th of March, Newborough PS hosted a Dress Up Your Bike day to celebrate National Ride 2 School Day.
We woke up that…Continue
The RAC is launching a fun, new road safety education program for primary school students covering bicycle, pedestrian and passenger safety.
The program provides access to in class presentations, road safety incursions and an interactive, multi-level game that teaches children important road safety skills – all whilst having fun!
Teachers will also be given access to a suite of resources online to support this program in the classroom and maximise student…Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 7, 2015 at 9:30 — No Comments
National Ride to School Day is always a great way to kick off the TravelSmart to School year!
Wednesday 18th March saw schools Australia wide celebrate bike and scooter riding for their journeys to and from school.Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 2, 2015 at 15:04 — No Comments
On the 27th of March 2015 we completed our first Travel Smart survey by asking each classroom, with a show of hands, how they got to school that day?
The results below show we certainly like to walk and use two wheels to get around here - especially when compared with the W.A. average.
Watch this space as we finalise an audit with the Town of Cambridge toward making it even easier, safer, more interesting and fun to get to school by foot or on your bike or scooter.…Continue
Friday May 22nd is Walk Safely to School Day - this annual event celebrates all the great benefits regular walkers enjoy. The Pedestrian Council of Australia encourages parents and carers of young children to hold…Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 2, 2015 at 14:00 — No Comments
2014 results are in!
All your energy, collaborative efforts, creativity and passion for the…Continue
Added by Katy Boschetti, TravelSmart on April 2, 2015 at 13:30 — No Comments