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Urban Challenge

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Thinking of getting your class out and about to build strength, confidence and work collaboratively to find a solution? Living Waters Lutheran College wished to stretch their students beyond the classroom, as they raced around Perth and Fremantle as part of their annual "Ultimate Urban Challenge."

Completing tasks and earning points along the way, students broke into small groups between Perth and Fremantle, using only Transperth services and their own feet to navigate to their next challenge - all without mobile phones!

Think this activity could work for your school? Get in contact with the Transperth Education to see how we can assist.

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Rail Safety Week

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Getting your class out and about on Transperth services? Being National Rail Safety Week, now is the perfect time to think about safety - especially if around our trains!

We took a small group of home school students out with us on the network to learn about how to get around safely, particularly the importance of staying behind the yellow lines!

For more information about rail safety visit the Tracksafe Website for lesson plans and ideas!

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Transperth Education provides educational resources and experiences to get your class out and about on the Transperth network with the aim to give students the skills and confidence to travel safely and independently.

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Public Transport Centre, West Parade,
www.getonboard.transperth.wa.gov.au

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Organisation start date 10/07/17
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