Lancelin Primary School's stories

Jemma Temby
Lancelin Primary School

Set up of the Your Move Team Lano

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As part of the responsibilities of the Student Council they have formed the Your Move Team Lano group that will help organise activities promoting movement and fitness, especially when heading to and from School. They are going to be leading the "Hands Up" survey to classes this week and will have some fun activities planned. Their first meeting is Tuesday 10th September, so look out for some fun things to be a part of over the next term!

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Jemma Temby
Lancelin Primary School

The new location for our bike racks

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On Friday the Year 5/6 students helped Seitzy move the bike racks from near the tennis courts to the driveway near the Kindy class. We wanted to make it safer for our students to get to School and they now follow the bike paths around the perimeter of the school to ride straight to the bike racks. It was wonderful to see all our walkers and riders using the path and arrive at school safely this morning. Well done! Sargent Baggott came to chat to us as well this morning and reminded us to wear our helmets and take the safe route to school. Thank you to our senior students for being fantastic role models for our younger riders.

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We are a small school 140kms north of Perth. We are lucky to be able to call Lancelin home and our school enjoys the ocean, and the dunes, which are both within walking distance. We as a school love getting out and about and are very involved with our community.

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Current accreditation

Bronze
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Organisation start date 4/09/19
Points earned this year: 160 Lifetime points total: 160
Bronze
Highest accreditation achieved: 2019 Bronze
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