Mount Hawthorn Primary School will be launching their Access Map and Wayfinding signs very soon.
Our Year 4 students are currently creating their own messages for footpath panels directing students to the safest path to school.
We have been working closely with Francois Sauzier from the City of Vincent to identify the best locations for these panels.
We are anticipating the new signs and access map will encourage more students walk or ride to school.
Our community will benefit from the Park and Walk points marked on our access map.
This will also help alleviate traffic congestion around the school during drop off and pick up times.
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James (Your Move)
It looks like a fantastic collaboration with the City of Vincent (and the wonderful Mr. Sauzier!) - I've given you some extra points, 70 for doing a "Safe Routes to School" type activity and a further 40 for the Access Guide. Can't wait to see photos of the finished product!Report comment
Thanks James. Our community are very excited about the project and our students are really enjoying taking on some of the ownership.Report comment
Nice work, Cherrie & Year 4 MHPS students! With students taking ownership of the project I think you will find a greater participation in the final result (the safe routes to school) Would love to hear how this impacts on Active Transport participation rates in the future.Report comment