Taking it to the streets

Photo: Peter McIntosh
Photo: Peter McIntosh
St Clair School pupils (from left) Jakobi Richards (9) Jayme Birtles (10) Anja Radford (9) Leila McCaul (10) Olivia Mitchell (10) Stella Dorahy (9) and Ollie Caldwell (9) walk and scooter to school for Walk n' Wheel Day yesterday.

The event is run by Sport Otago for all year 0-8 primary schools and encourages children to walk, skate, scooter or cycle to school.

The programme aims to encourage active transport to and from school to help reduce congestion at the school gate.

The Walk n’ Wheel Day was a part of a week long event, which runs in the Dunedin, Clutha and Waitaki regions this week, and in Central Otago next week.

It also includes a design-your-own poster competition, a colouring-in competition, and a social media competition, where family members can get involved as well.

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