The program will once again be delivered face-to-face and families and students are encouraged to travel actively to school throughout October. Active travel:
- reduces traffic congestion
- improves safety around schools and
- helps the environment.
Student Golden Ticket Competition
Thank you for participating in Glen Eira City Council's Active Schools - Go for Gold program. Entries have now closed.
Glen Eira City Council’s Active Schools Champion
Each participating school will have the chance to be crowned the Active School Champion for 2022 by achieving the highest Golden Ticket activity rate. The more students who participate and submit Golden Tickets, the better chance your school has of winning.
Car-free day — walk, ride or scoot to school on Friday 21 October
Council is encouraging all participating schools to conduct a car-free day on Friday 21 October. Students will travel actively to school (walk, ride or scoot) to improve safety around schools and reduce traffic congestion and emissions across the municipality!
Resources for participating schools
- Active Schools — competition summary [PDF]
- Active Schools — activity ideas [PDF]
- Design your own Golden Ticket — download this ticket template [PDF]
- Car free day — summary [PDF]
- Car free day — editable flyer [DOCX]
- Suggested newsletter text — term 4 [DOCX]
Thanks to the following participating schools for being a part of our Active Schools — Go for Gold program in 2022:
Bentleigh West Primary, Beth Rivkah Ladies College (primary), Carnegie Primary, Caulfield Junior College, Caulfield Primary, Caulfield South Primary, Coatesville Primary, East Bentleigh Primary, Glen Huntly Primary, Japanese School of Melbourne, Leibler Yavneh College (primary school), McKinnon Primary, Murrumbeena Primary, Ormond Primary, Ripponlea Primary, Shelford Girls’ Grammar (primary school), Sholem Aleichem College, St Anthony’s Primary, St Joseph’s Primary, St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, Tucker Road Bentleigh Primary School and Yeshivah College (primary).