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On Wednesday 19 October 2016 we held our tenth 'hands up' survey.
We were keen to see the impact of our Fathering Project's Event - 'The NedLads Walk to School Day. Overall our active transport was a massive 74% (280 students) compared to 49% (184 students) in Sep 2016 and 52% (195 students ) in November 2015.
These results are the highest active transport results we have recorded since we started in October 2014. A huge turn around from the previous June 2016 survey, when we…Continue
On Thursday 1 September 2016 we held our ninth 'hands up' survey.
Overall our active transport was 49% (184 students) compared to 34% (133 students) in Jun 2016 and 43% (158 students ) in September 2015.
These results are the second highest active transport results we have recorded since October 2014. A huge turn around from the previous June 2016 survey. The biggest increase was the number of students cycling to school - double that of last survey. Walking numbers have also…Continue
Our new Term 4 TravelSmart team met today. We created posters to advertise our TravelSmart Day and prepared for the Hands-Up survey. We will do this survey on Thursday this week.
We also discussed why it is important to be TravelSmart. Being TravelSmart is a great way to keep fit and it also helps to reduce GreenHouse Gases going into the atmosphere.
Our October TravelSmart Day will be next week, on Friday 21st October. We will…Continue
We will be walking all over October as we say farewell to the final Walk Over October. The TS Team will hit the ground running (or walking!) tomorrow with the first TS session where there is much to be done: Star Carding, visiting classes to invite them to take the Challenge, preparing the roster for Walking Wednesdays & the associated Walking Wednesday Passports and preparing for W2SD. Blogging about everything will have to come later!…Continue
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|Updated:||Monday, 17 October 2016 17:01|
|Lifetime points||Balance to spend this year||Level|
|Aubin Grove PS||80||130||-|
|Baldivis Secondary C||990||842||Bronze|
|Bibra Lake PS||448||424||-|
|Forest Crescent PS||228||138||-|
|Great Southern Grammar||918||916||Bronze|
|Hollywood Primary School||0||0||-|
|Holy Spirit Primary School||0||0||-|
|John Curtin College||15||65||-|
|Lance Holt School||0||0||-|
|Leaning Tree CS||175||230||-|
|Makybe Rise PS||75||125||-|
|Maylands Penninsula PS||253||129||-|
|Padbury Catholic PS||210||86||-|
|Perth Waldorf School||175||5||-|
|Peter Moyes ACS||20||70||-|
|Redcliffe PS||4641||216||Double Platinum|
|Rockingham Montessori School||0||100||-|
|Saint Augustines PS||4133||759||Double Platinum|
|Saint Columba's PS||623||179||Bronze|
|Saint Kieran Catholic Primary School||0||50||-|
|Secret Harbour PS||28||28||-|
|South Thornlie PS||530||166||Bronze|
|Spring Hill PS||8||65||-|
|Waikiki Primary School||0||0||-|
|West Leederville PS||220||79||-|
|White Gum Valley PS||225||240||-|
|Xavier Catholic School||45||45||-|