R U OK? Day

Sue James
Thornlie SHS
32

On RUOK Day last Thursday, the Thornlie Senior High School students were on the oval participating in fun RUOK Day activities.

We also had a handmade, retro funky bike on display to promote and encourage riding to school from home and riding back home from school. The bike caught the attention of many students especially the Year 10 and 11 boys.

By displaying this bike we strongly attempted to promote and encourage more students and teachers to ride their bikes to school and ride their bikes home from school and we believe that our attempt was successful.

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James (Your Move)

Nice idea to integrate your bike promo into the RUOK activities - bike riding certainly is an easy way to put a smile on your face and boost your mental health. Your promotion of active travel has earned you 22 YM points!

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