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Penny McCall
City of Rockingham

2019 Your Move Showcase

On 3 September 2019 9 local Rockingham schools came together to learn more about Your Move at the first ever Your Move Showcase. Local Your Move Schools Warnbro PS, St Bernadette’s Catholic College, Baldivis Secondary College and Charthouse PS formed a working group to bring together this event with the support of the Your Move Schools team.

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Students participated in peer-led workshops led by the Your Move Student teams and teachers joined in a teachers and parents workshop led by Carol-Ann and David from the Department of Transport Your Move team.


Students learned about how to get started on their Your Move journey, how to plan an effective event and how to design an awesome logo for their school.

Students also participated in a fantastic presentation from Dr Jane Genovese-‘How to become an effective agent of change’.

The event resulted in 3 new Your Move Schools in Rockingham. The team are looking forward to building on this event in 2020 and getting more schools involved.

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Penny McCall

Walk Safely to School Day Activities

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On Friday 17 May, The City's staff and a number of Councillors joined Warnbro Primary School at their Walk Safely to School Day event, we handed out stickers and prizes to students on the day. The City supported 31 local schools to host a healthy breakfast on the day to encourage schools to take part. The City has received overwhelmingly positive feedback from local schools about their events on the day and we have a number of new schools signed up to Your Move because of it.

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Penny McCall
City of Rockingham

Rockingham Community Breakfast Ride

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On 24 March 220 local Rockingham residents jumped on their bikes and took part in the annual Community Breakfast Ride for Bike Week. The event was enjoyed by all, with 3 cycle distances (5km, 11km and 19km), followed by a free breakfast, free bike maintenance checks and activities for the kids. Huge thank you to local bike shop KD Cycles for donating prizes plus a bike giveaway. The guys from Cycling Without Age also popped down to showcase their Trishaw and take some of the older residents for a ride.

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Althea Gordon
City of Rockingham

E-Bike, Trike and Scooter Expo!

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The Rockingham Autumn Centre hosted an E-Bike, Trike and Scooter Expo from 9am - 12pm this morning! The Centre Manager Brett McDonald said the main aim was to educate and engage the City's Seniors in active transport options so that they can alleviate the congestion that occurs in the over-used car park. Cycling Without Age also attended with their Trishaws providing many of the Club members with a relaxing 10 minute ride through HMAS Warramunga Park. The expo was open to the entire community, with many young parents and community members in attendance, learning and trialling everything from E-Bikes to self-folding scooters! Huge thanks to all the local and Perth-based providers that offered their time in making the event a success!

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Althea Gordon
City of Rockingham

Your Move Awards 2018

Celebrating the Award Winners this morning at the Your Move Awards was a great way to acknowledge all the fantastic work that has been achieved across WA in the past year! Congrats to the "BUS" table for their willingness to be creative, to Warnbro Primary School and Baldivis Secondary College for their Platinum Accreditation Status and to Baldivis Secondary College for their "Innovate Category" win for their Year 7 Transition Project. #YMawards2018

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