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Handover 2016 to 2017.

                                

                               Deep in discussion with preliminary planning for 2017.

This afternoon saw the final 2016 TS session, with the 2016 Team handing over to the 2017 Team. This is how the session panned out: last couple of Star Carders to select…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on December 13, 2016 at 16:00 — 1 Comment

Bike Skills Course

Bike Skills Course

I was thrilled to receive an email from Katy telling me that my name was drawn as the winner for completing the resource review survey.  The prize was a Bike Skills course provided by a WestCycle’s Auscycle coach.

I placed the following info in our…

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Added by Phoenix PS on November 30, 2016 at 20:00 — 2 Comments

Final instalment of the CHALLENGE.

Last but by no means least, our final class participant in the Challenge, Room 17. I had been given a few hints on what this was like so I was really looking forward to seeing it completed. With 3 TS Team members in the class I knew it would be good! At the moment it is in pride of place in the Office Foyer for all to see. I just love the attention to detail. What a fantastic effort! Well done, Room 17 you have done us all proud.

Yes, we DID give WOO a fitting final…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on November 9, 2016 at 16:31 — 1 Comment

Reflections Part 1.

As half our Team is away on camp, I took the opportunity to ask our Year 5s to jot down their reflections on 2016.

The highlight was working as a team & getting things done. The good stuff were the events that happened eg R2SD, NWS2SD, W2SD and getting Platinum at the end of Term 1. The not so good was some of the Team didn't want to go to meetings or they didn't work their hardest. The best thing was working as a team & setting up events for students to use AT. 

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on November 22, 2016 at 15:37 — 1 Comment

Walk Over October

I held a poster competition for Walk Over October.  Entries were received from children in years one to six.

One of our EAs did the judging for me.  The winning entries (1st - 3rd) from each class were given a prize at the assembly.  All winning entries were on display on my classroom windows for every one to see.…

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Added by Phoenix PS on November 12, 2016 at 19:40 — 1 Comment

The CHALLENGE: Farewell WOO.

                                                            

                           R1- 3D sculpture, face of   one of the children on the WOO sticker.

On the 8-11-16 we judged the Farewell WOO Challenge. Just before we started judging, we took a look at them. It was too hard to choose so we…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on November 9, 2016 at 15:20 — 1 Comment

Meeting Beth Goodall from the Heart Foundation.

When Mrs Yates tried to register for WOO, she found out that the Heart Foundation would no longer be sponsoring it. We found out that there were LOTS of WOO stickers that needed to be used up, so we offered to take as many as we could have.

There were that many that Beth Goodall, from the HF, decided to deliver them. Mrs Yates asked Beth if she would like to meet the TS Team when she delivered the stickers back in September.

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on October 26, 2016 at 14:36 — 1 Comment

How We Walked Over October.

For this year's WOO we were very busy! We had hosted walks (W2SD), Walking Wednesday Passports and a Farewell WOO Challenge.

Our school was given lots of WOO stickers from the Heart Foundation, so we decided to have a classroom challenge. Each class was given 300 stickers & asked to create something showing AT. The classes were given all of October to complete the challenge. We are judging next week.

We have made some WW Passports where each Wednesday in October that you…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on November 3, 2016 at 14:16 — 1 Comment

Winter Warm-up- WHY we did it.

We did the WWU because it is cold & some people are thinking it is too cold to walk to school, but you can still be active, no matter the weather. All parts of our colouring-in competition had something to do with Active Transport and the cold weather. We did have a bit of a hard time with the pictures but we ended up getting through it. 

Matthew.

Added by Warnbro Primary School on September 1, 2016 at 11:12 — 2 Comments

SHOWCASING TS at Open Night.

The day was cold but  those colourful WWU entries & the interest showed in them by passers-by made it much warmer!  Plus any excuse to promote TSTS!    

                                                              Getting everything ready.

The evening was used to do a bit (or a lot) of…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on September 8, 2016 at 16:46 — 2 Comments

JUDGING Winter Warm-up: HOW we did it.

We  started our competition by all sitting down & brainstorming on how to start,  how to promote it, the images to use, who will judge what, when it will start & finish, putting up the display & how the entries will be collected.

The Judging:

First we  spread all of the entries (group by group) on tables so we could see them all at once. 

Then we selected 10-12 that we liked. Next we chose the 3 that were the most eye-catching, colourful & creative. We…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on September 1, 2016 at 13:21 — 1 Comment

Winter Warm-up Competition Up & Running!

                           

Notwithstanding HICCUPS the WWU Comp is under way. A very big THANK YOU to Mrs Blackburn who helped out the Team finish off the important "stuff" (like the pictures for colouring!) Then it was the mad dash to distribute to classes.

With half the Team missing due to high…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on August 11, 2016 at 16:00 — 2 Comments

Activity ideas for walking to school

We have had a couple of very successful Walk to School activities that we would like to share.

Footprint Wall - all those students who walked to school on that day were encouraged to decorate footprints and we then displayed them across the wall in our undercover area for all to see.…

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Added by Forest Crescent PS on August 29, 2016 at 9:43 — 3 Comments

Top Tips to Improve Trips - New Video!

What a great way to share tips on how to improve your experience as a public transport user - this new Transperth video - Top Tips to Improve Trips - would be great to share with your school community and will guarantee to melt hearts of all ages!

Interested in more information on what the Transperth Education team can do at your school?

Head to the…

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Added by TravelSmart to School on August 31, 2016 at 12:00 — 1 Comment

Nedlands Primary School - 2015/16 Connecting Schools Grant

We are pleased to announce that we have completed and acquitted our 2015/16 Connecting Schools Grant Program. Thank you to the Department of Transport and to the the Nedlands Primary School P&C Association, who funded 50% of the grant expenses.

The grant included the following programs and equipment installations - and photos below:

1. Bike racks for 50 bikes

2. Modifying school entrances to accommodate bike traffic

3. New bike maintenance station for students…

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Added by Nedlands Primary School on July 22, 2016 at 9:00 — 2 Comments

Book a Tour of the brand new Perth Busport!

The new Perth Busport is now open and the Education Team at Transperth would like to invite schools to book a tour and head underground to see how its state of the art Dynamic Stand Allocation System (DSMS) works. 

Book your tour on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday by phoning Louise, Dave or Carol-Ann on 9326 3970 or emailing education@pta.wa.gov.au - the tour takes an hour. The team can give you advice on how to save on a school bus costs by travelling to the City by…

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Added by TravelSmart to School on July 28, 2016 at 12:27 — No Comments

Connecting Schools Grants - Now Open

As part of the Western Australian Bicycle Network Grants program, schools can now apply for a Connecting Schools Grant for 2017-18. These grants fund up to 50% of total project costs with the other 50% funded by your school, local government funding or non government funding.  

Find the application form here and the…

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Added by TravelSmart to School on July 13, 2016 at 15:30 — No Comments

TravelSmart Schools Website and Resource Review

The TravelSmart to School website is getting a facelift and at the same time all TSTS resources are being reviewed. We are looking for feedback on what resources are great, which ones you use most and if there are any better formats we could use in the new website. In addition, if there are any resources we don't currently provide, whether they are how to guides, work sheets or activities - please let us know. 
100 bonus TravelSmart points are available for each school…
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Added by TravelSmart to School on July 18, 2016 at 9:31 — No Comments

"FOOT" note to NWS2SD.

                                                    

Above, one of our Wonderful Walkers, Fiso, whose name was pulled out of the hat for a prize pack. Here she is after the presentation at assembly with her Wonderful Walker Certificate, prize pack and…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on June 10, 2016 at 15:30 — 2 Comments

PLATINUM and PROUD!

                                       

We all were proud of ourselves and we all did a good job. At the assembly, Mrs Yates presented us with the Platinum Certificate. Before that Mrs Yates put the Platinum sticker on the TS…

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Added by Warnbro Primary School on June 15, 2016 at 11:55 — 1 Comment

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