North Morley Primary School's stories

Robin Gage

Bike to School Day - Term 1, 2019

This story is related to Run an event

To celebrate WA Bike Week, we encouraged our students at North Morley Primary School to ride to school on Thursday 14 March 2019.


Physically active students are healthier, happier and more socially connected. Not to mention bike riding is a pollution-free mode of transport.


It was great to see the bike rack full! Now we look forward to introducing Fume Free Fridays in Term 2 to keep this momentum going!!

Read more

Robin Gage

Clean Up Australia Day and our Walking School Bus

This story is related to Walking School Bus - Term 1

North Morley Primary School is excited to be part of the City of Stirling’s Living Green Schools Pilot Project this year! All our efforts on Your Move will help us work towards our goal of reducing our school’s carbon footprint.

We kick started the year with our Walking School Bus students and parent volunteers participating in Schools Clean Up Australia Day 2019 on Friday 1 March. The students were really invested in this cause and made a great effort picking up all the rubbish - including all the cigarette butts - on the way to school. Did you know it takes 10-12 years for a cigarette butt to break down?

Clean Up WSB 2.jpg

Our parents then continued this effort cleaning up rubbish in the school grounds. This all leads up to our school’s big waste audit taking place on Friday 8 March.

Clean up - parents.jpg

We are so proud of our WSB crew!

Clean Up WSB 1.jpg

Read more

Robin Gage

Walking School Bus Launch at North Morley

This story is related to Write your first story

For more information on how to do this, click here

In preparation for launching a Walking School Bus at North Morley Primary, we surveyed the school community to determine if there was any interest. We had a terrific response and established 3 routes throughout the neighbourhood to accomodate those families that wanted to participate.

Our WSB committee created guidelines for our school, and the number of volunteers we needed to run. One of our families generously donated high vis vests that were printed with our school logo and 'Walking School Bus' on the back. Not only great from a safety perspective but also for promoting this initiative.


On the morning of the launch we were greeted with the first sunny morning for as long as anyone can remember and 18 eager students ready to walk.

We are only in our second week but we already have more families wanting to participate and looking to increase the numbers of days a week that we operate in Term 4.

We are proud to say that there are 15 less cars making the journey each Monday and a growing number of students and parents choosing this healthy alternative of getting to school.

Read more


Are you part of this organisation? Please refer to the contact email above to request an invite.

Oops! An error has occurred.
Please try again later.