St Augustine Primary School's stories

Jacinta Thompson

Walk Safely to School Day 2018

This story is related to Run a simple activity

On Friday 18th May, we held a breakfast event at school to coincide with our Cross Country Carnival. As the carnival is held at Lee Reserve, just a 5-minute walk across the bridge into Lathlain, all the students walked with their classmates to the carnival and back. Parents were also encouraged to leave their cars at the school and walk across to the carnival. All the fruit that was donated by the City of Belmont was given to students as they completed their run.

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Jacinta Thompson

Ride2School breakfast

This story is related to Run a breakfast event

On 23rd March 2018, St Augustine students rode to school to participate in National Ride2School day. This year the event was combined with a Mini Vinnies fundraiser and students were asked to dress up as their favourite superhero and also dress up their bike to match the theme. It was great to see everyone enthusiastically participating. There was also a raffle. All people who didn’t drive to school had a chance to participate in a raffle. Eight lucky children won some really cool water bottles or a hat.

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The City of Belmont once again donated breakfast and the Year 6 Your Move team greeted kids at the gate with stickers. The event resulted in a 162% increase in cycling and a 44% increase in walking compared to the February hands up survey. There was a 42% decrease in driving.

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Jacinta Thompson

Ride2School poster competition

This story is related to Run an event

Students were asked to design a poster to advertise our Ride2School event. The poster needed to demonstrate the benefits of riding to school and also promote our sponsor, the City of Belmont who were to donate breakfast for the day. The Year 6 students ran the competition and we used our Your Move points to get prizes for the winners, which included an $80 athletes foot voucher, a bike light and a bike helmet. The competition was really well received and there were some amazing entries

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Jacinta Thompson

Your Move team appointed

This story is related to Start a student team

Following the Year 6 camp in March 2017, a Your Move team were appointed to help with running events, writing blogs and spreading the Your Move message around the school. Year 6 teacher, Mr Vine helped the students to set up their own accounts on the Your Move website and the team will be responsible for conducting Hands Up surveys and entering the details on the site. Thank you to staff at St Augustine for actively promoting this program and allowing students to be involved.

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Jacinta Thompson

Surrey Road Bike Boulevard preparations

The streets are changing near St Augustine Primary School in preparation for the Surrey Road Bike Boulevard. The project is a partnership between the City of Belmont and the Department of Transport and will make riding to school much safer for students and their families as well as commuters getting to work. The Your Move team from St A's have been working with the City of Belmont and Department of Transport to plan a Bike Boulevard grand opening when it is complete and to look at ongoing initiatives to get maximum benefits out of the project. Exciting times ahead!


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Luke Vine

Ride2School Day

On the 16th of March 2017, the environmental group from St Augustine's ran a Ride2School day as part of our participation in the ‘Your Move’ program. This was done to help encourage kids to walk and ride to school. This event was a huge success!


We luckily got a sponsorship from the City of Belmont which helped us to provide fresh fruit and yogurt for breakfast. We also supplied stickers and badges for all kids who walked or rode to school.

The City of Belmont Coordinator Crawford Connell was in attendance in this event. To let all parents and families know about this event we sent out brochures and pamphlets which informed everyone about the transition to ‘Your Move’. We also got ‘Your Move’ signs from the Department of Transport for the event.


Our hands up survey on the day showed a good improvement in the numbers of people who rode and walked to school. The breakfast and prizes given were a great encouragement for people. It turned out to be a great day and we encourage everyone to walk and ride to school every day!


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Jacinta Thompson

National Ride2School Day

St Augustine Primary School will be celebrating National Ride2School Day tomorrow, Thursday 16th March. Students are encouraged to ride, walk or scoot to school and in return, they will be awarded a free breakfast from the City of Belmont. The new 'Your Move' brand will be advertised with signage, stickers and information brochures for families. Thank you once again to the City of Belmont and the Your Move team for supporting this event.

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Jacinta Thompson

Bike Safety at St Augustine Primary School

Last week, our Year 5 students took part in four days of bike safety lessons from the team at West Cycle. Students learnt how to prepare their bicycles to be visable on the road, how to ensure that their bike is safe and correct procedures for helmets, clothing and footwear.  Once again, the program was supported by the City of Belmont. 

Thank you West Cycle for an enjoyable and very practical course for our Year 5s

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Jacinta Thompson

Walk Safely to School Day - 20th May 2016

This Friday, St Augustines will once again be participating in Walk Safely to School Day. 

Once again, the City of Belmont will be providing breakfast for all the students who walk to school on the day.

We will also be providing info to students and parents about the proposed Surrey Road Bike Boulevard which is a proposed initiative between the City of Belmont and the Department of Transport.  The project has undergone public consultation and options will soon be presented to the Community.  For more information about this great initiative, have a look at the maps here:

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