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St Mary's Anglican Girls School

Teaching and Learning

Undertaking this project for the first time meant that we were all learning together and in some cases unsure about how to carry out the specific parts of the program. Some classes in the Junior School were clearly more committed than others. We had another difficulty in our specific school community because students come from a wide catchment area without many public transport options.

AirWatch were very helpful in providing curriculum materials and prizes to engage with students on the topic of air pollution and greenhouse gases.

In future years we will be more confident and hopefully more effective. It will be helpful to have the current students involved, involved again so that we have a mix of experienced students and new students in the coordination team. We could call more on the assistance of Millennium Kids and the City of Stirling and use the same method for data collection each week to get more accurate results.

The TravelSmart to School program will get bigger and better each year!

St Mary's Anglican Girls School

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