In order to keep walking and cycling high on the school agenda and sustain level of interest in sustainable travel, Active Travel invites schools to take part in National and local competitions.
Thank you to everyone who entered! The competition was a huge success receiving recognition at a national level.
The final results were as follows:
1st place: Victoria Junior School, Workington
2nd place: Newbarns Primary School, Barrow
3rd place:Yarlside Nursery & Infant School
As part of their prize Victoria Junior School received a visit from X-Factor stars District 3 who performed live at the school. Pictures and further information can be found below.
Children were asked to design a poster promoting active travel. Winning designs were made into a calendar for the academic year 2012-13. Prize winners received an art box and book.
Tyler Haines, Ormsgill; Patrick Wolstenholme, Tebay; Alexander Harrison, Ashfield Infants; Alfie Gaitskell, Ormsgill; Gillian Wells, St Mary’s Catholic, Ulverston; Alex McWhirter, Kirkby Stephen; Isabella Gordon, Yarlside; Keeley Bird, Ashfield Infants; Amy Simkins, Kirkby Stephen; Rebecca O’Donovan, St Mary’s Catholic, Ulverston; Jessica Bickley, Ashfield Infants; Myles Capper, Kirkby Stephen.
Harry O’Donovan, St Mary’s Catholic, Ulverston; Nathan Wolsenholme, Tebay; Jessica Draper, Yarlside; Emily Watkin, Yarlside; Ethan Smith, Ormsgill; Anna Wells, St Mary’s Catholic, Ulverston; Ella Hesketh, Yarlside; Thaiga Gifford, Greengate; Danielle Orr, Valley; Catherine Harold, Greengate; Elisha Cuthbert, High Hesket; Rebeca Gorjon, Valley.
Charlotte Todd and Georgina Stanway Dowdales School