PP5 win the walk to school challenge

Kieran Moore
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Every fortnight we award a certificate to the classes that get the highest number of students walking, riding and scootering. Pre-Primary 5 has taken out the award 3 times now and absolutely love waiting at assembly to see who the winning class is. It has become quite competitive now. We have almost half our school population walking to school fortnightly now. The improvement is amazing, even in the wet weather you can't stop our kids. Pre-Primary 5 have written some stories about walk to school day. Yasmin has drawn a picture of her and her Dad walking through the school gates. Deborah had a go at doing some writing about it too.

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James (Your Move)

What a wonderful, cheery story Keiran. And because it was so nice you got loads of points! I gave you points for having a regular active travel day (90), a regular award (25), and for running a simple activity (writing/drawing - 25 points)

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James (Your Move)

... you also got 10 points for letting us know your results (almost 1/2 of the students are using active transport - well done!) and another 10 for writing such a lovely story!

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Kieran

Thank you so much . Our school loks forward to their fortnightly walk to school days and often try and outdo their last attempt.

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