Bannister Creek Primary School's stories

Alicia Lilly

Your Move Forum

This story is related to Attend Your Move Professional Development Session

Since TravelSmart days, for the first time, I have attended 'Your Move Forum' on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 held at Department of Transport in Perth CBD. Since 2015, Bannister Creek had been participating in the Walk to School Program through TravelSmart but there was no official participation in posting news articles and photos of our activities in the website. Every Wednesday until Term 4 last year, the school gave tokens to each student who walked or cycled to school. The tokens are drawn before lunch every Wednesday where the winners received rewards and their names are announced in the school PA system. Occasionally, once they entered the school grounds, besides the tokens, the students received donated free carton of milk or cut-up fruit distributed by Eco Warriors. The recent forum motivated me to extend our school activities by posting articles and photos at Your Move website. Besides getting the Reward points, our school can share with others the sustainability initiatives that are happening at BCPS. I have shared the fun and info I gathered from this forum to my colleagues. We are in the process of creating a Your Move team.

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Bannister Creek PS caters for approximately 577 students from Kindergarten to Year 6. As an Independent Public School, the teaching staff readily adapts to change and is committed to improving the outcomes for children. Its Environmental and Sustainability initiatives are fully supported by the parents and the whole school community and embedded in the school curriculum.

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Points earned this year 76
Organisation start date 4/09/17
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