- Last updated:
- 25 Aug 2018
On Friday 18 May 2018, Sunshine Coast students were encouraged to leave the car at home and participate in National Walk Safely to School Day.
Walk Safely to School day encourages students to get physically active and walk, scoot, or skate to school. Walking regularly is great for your child's health. It also helps to reduce traffic problems around schools and teaches your child about road safety.
Council promotes this event to all schools in the Sunshine Coast Council region and provides prize incentives to encourage student participation.
This year council proudly presented an additional prize for the best participating school (pro rata to school enrolments for years Prep to Year 6).
The award-winning 'Super Strong Bones' Go Seek show prize was awarded to Buddina State School with 360 students particpating.
Students who registered online for council's Walk Safely to School day promotion were eligible to win prizes.
|Fitness watch||Scooter / helmet|
|Ella M.||Angus S.|
|Anila M.||Eli B.|
|Jordan F.||Lane D.|
|Sophia N.||Mark S.|
|Milla D.||Cayden N.|
|Hunter A.||Aleah B.|
|Hayden C.||Macy A.|
|Lachlan B.||Melieta T.|
|Zeph T.||Charlotte D.|
|Rhessa A.||Rachel M.|