You can change the world by changing your trip to school!
Footprint Friday is up and running at Lakelands Primary School. Our fantastic year 4/5 students designed and placed Footprint Friday posters around the school to remind student and parents to participate every Friday. We also had reminders placed in the newsletter and sent out on the school app. Every Friday our TravelSmart Smarties hand out raffle tickets to students who walk, scoot or ride to school. Students are then to place their tickets in the Footprint Friday tub with their…Continue
Last Friday, we had our NWS2SD hosted walks. We had some special guests joining us on our walk. At recess we walked around the undercover areas with fruit & vegetable platters. It was all gone very quickly. When we got back to class that day we were all very happy that lots of people were wearing NWS2SD stickers. It was good that we were able to get some special guests to come to our walks. I didn't like the times when we got crowded by people (when we had the F & V…Continue
A break in wintry weather meant GSG's Walk to School Day on 20 May saw students, parents and school community members enjoying a gloriously sunny path to GSG along a picturesque coastal trail.…Continue
White Gum Valley School’s Walk to School was a great success. Students walked to school from all different areas and when they arrived at school they enjoyed some fresh fruit and crackers. A massive 70% of the school’s students participated in the event, from years 1 to 6. It was lovely weather and it was great to see the students enjoying themselves walking to school.
Friday the 20th of May was National Walk Safely To School Day. To celebrate this event and as a chance to promote active transport amongst our college body, we organised to run Baldivis Secondary College's fourth Footprint Friday event. The students are now recognising that Footprint Friday is being run as a regular Junior Green Team event and more and more students are getting involved and engaging in taking active transport to school. It is fantastic to see students chasing me around the…Continue
Now with all those weekend forecasts of gale-force winds, GSG families were a little nervous hoping the nasty weather wouldn't arrive a day early... and lucky us, today was yet ANOTHER glorious walk to school event under a clear blue cloudless sky!
It was a great turn out to Walk Safely to School Day today, with both Middle and Senior School Leaders joining in and handing out the TravelSmart walk to school stickers to the Junior School students as we started the walk. Thanks to the…Continue
Albany Primary School in conjunction with the TravelSmart Officer from our local council, the City of Albany have started a weekly quiz in our school newsletter. Children are given a question each week around better options for travel to their school. The first correct answer drawn out, wins a prize. The kids are loving it and we see many entrants each week. Some questions require parent help which spurs further family discussion.
All classes at our school have particiated in RAC Little Legends road safety lessons as part of our Health program. Different classes focussed on different aspects of road safety. They appreciated the message from the visiting presenters.
Nola and Elaine
Health & Sustainability Teachers
The Team 2 TS Team has meet twice to prepare for WSTS Day. We prepared our strategy:
1. Promotion - posters, PA and assembly announcements, prizes, etc
2. Organisation - pre/post hands-up surveys, school gate allocation for the day, selection of prizes, etc
We are looking forward to the big day!
Term 2 Team
The TS Team is preparing hosted walks from the Currie St & Warnbro Sound Ave Guarded Crossings. We have invited Jessica Sankey (City of Rockingham Community Development Officer), Paul Papalia (MLA for Warnbro), the P&C President, COR Councillors, & our Principal & Deputy Principal.
We will be at either one or the other Guarded Crossings for the walks.
This Friday is National Walk Safely to School Day.This is our 3rd year of helping with NWS2SD, but the…Continue
This Friday, St Augustines will once again be participating in Walk Safely to School Day.
Once again, the City of Belmont will be providing breakfast for all the students who walk to school on the day.
We will also be providing info to students and parents about the proposed Surrey Road Bike Boulevard which is a proposed initiative between the City of Belmont and the Department of Transport. The project has undergone public consultation and options will soon be presented to…Continue
Today in our Motor-less Monday meeting we provided lunch for our awesome Junior Green Team members as a thank you for doing such a fantastic job at organising and running the Scooter Obstacle Course on Friday. We also did a group reflection and discussed the WWW (what worked well) and EBI's (even better if) of the event and have all agreed that we are awesome at cooperating and making these events fun, and can probably work on our planning and attendance to meetings. Our next project will be…Continue
RAC is excited to announce that our school competition is back! We’re giving five schools $5,000 to spend on resources.
For a chance to win, simply encourage your school’s students and their parents to join RAC Little Legends Club!
How to win:…
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“Look What I Saw On the Walk to School Today!” Photo Collage
Friday is Walk Safely to School Day.
We know walking to school is good for the environment when we leave the car at home BUT it is also a great opportunity to engage with nature. You’ll be amazed at what you see, hear, smell and touch when you walk to and from school.…Continue
Here is the summary of the Hands up Survey Results from Term 1, 2016 at BSC.
Watch this space for comparison data to come this week to see how we've improved in Term 2.…Continue
Wow! We are so impressed with the amazing efforts from our Junior Green Team in organising yesterdays whole school event - the TravelSmart Scooter Obstacle Course. Well done Neha, Dillon, Daniel, Heidi and Ava, you guys rock!!
After lots of hard work in the term and especially…Continue
What a glorious day for our Walkathon!
Friday the thirteenth may be unlucky for some, but it was a lucky day for all students from kindergarten to year 12 at Great Southern Grammar when we held our major fundraiser for 2016 - the Walkathon.
The sun shone over the 3km course that snaked it way up the 'walk to school' path, through the school farm paddocks, behind the boarding houses, and along the perimeter boundary of the school property. This is the same distance as our walk…Continue
National Walk Safely to School Day 2016 is coming soon for Great Southern Grammar students, parents and staff.
This Friday, 20 May 2016, we will meet in Coraki Park at 7:45am for an 8:00am departure. Staff, student leaders, parents, siblings and students will trek the 3km track through the forest to school.
On arrival at school, join us in the library for a cup of tea or coffee and a muffin and peruse the Book Fair with students. Parents requiring a lift back to our start point…Continue