Active schools make for active learners

Depending on your school, encouraging walking, riding or scooting may ease congestion of drop off zones around your school, which will help everyone maintain physical distancing.  

Walk, ride or scoot to school

We’re all in this together – walkingriding or scooting to school helps us reduce traffic on our roads and ease traffic on our roads and reduce numbers on public transport.

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Win fabulous prizes for your school

Did you know that you can win prizes just for walking, riding or scooting to and from school?  

FAQs

Have a question about Walk to School? Before contacting us, have a look at some of our most frequently asked questions and answers.

How is the coronavirus affecting Walk to School in 2020?

VicHealth is currently re-evaluating how to deliver the next Walk to School program. As we begin to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, we’re all trying to find the ‘new normal’, so it’s the perfect time to re-think the way we run our lives. Walking, riding or scooting to school can help everyone – it’s great for our health, the environment and our community. We’re all in this together – walkingriding or scooting to school helps us reduce traffic on our roads and ease traffic on our roads and reduce numbers on public transport.