In Term One, students from Pre-Primary to Year Six participated in Ursula Frayne Catholic College's Ride to School Day. Parents, teachers, canteen staff and kids worked together to promote a healthy and connected school community with a reduced carbon footprint.

Being active, having fun with our friends and celebrating a sense of belonging all contribute to the happiness, and good mental and physical health of the students at Frayne.

Students who rode, walked or scooted to school wore their crazy socks and received a healthy breakfast. They participated in fun activities like making apple slinkies, an obstacle course on wheels and creating delicious smoothies on a blender bike. We can't wait until we can have another event like this soon.

This story is related to National Ride2School Day

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James (Your Move)

Hi Sally, and a big welcome back to YM 2020 for all at Ursula Frayne. I see a huge number of smiling faces in those pics of your big day - clearly a sign of a successful event! You have earned 40 points for your R2SD event plus 30 for adding in the obstacle course activity. If you have been up to anything else make sure you aren't missing out on points and post stories on those activities too - maybe you have established a student team for 2020, had a planning session, run an active travel related classroom activity or published something in the school newsletter?

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