Don't Pay The Ferryman!

Tracie Doherty
Noranda Primary School

Wow! What a way to end holidays! A brilliant PL presented by Millennium Kids and our dynamic presenter Katrina! It was terrific to connect with other teachers who have BIG goals too!

Each guest speaker offered us a fountain of information and inspiration. David at Transperth explained to us that we don't need to pay train or ferry fares individually for our classes when using public transport. Transperth offer a great group ticketing option which makes excursions not only cheaper but so much easier.It was great news to hear that buses are soon to join the group ticketing bonanza!

The Challenges and Choices resource reminded us to continue to support road safety with parents and kids alike. There are passenger, alcohol and road safety activities ready to go and they are all resilience based and support our You Can Do It program we run at Noranda Primary.

Sdera also provides a number of terrific resources on their website and provide lot so of cool newsletter options to keep our information fresh and interesting.

A delicious morning tea was provided by local artisans and refreshing kombucha was delivered in fully recyclable glass bottles.

Our trip to the zoo was fantastic (and so easy with our group ferry ticket) where we met more local artists supporting the program in a variety of ways.

A truly inspirational day!

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James (Your Move)

Hi Tracie - great to hear that you too made it in the holidays to the Action Learning Lab. I have re-linked your story as this was counted as an official Your Move PD and so is worth 50 points (25 extra!). You have also earned 20 points for your extensive write-up 😊. Thanks especially for the info on Transperth school group tickets - that was news to me!

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