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Modeshift Accreditation

Modeshift STARS (Sustainable Travel Accreditation and Recognition for Schools) is a national schools awards scheme that has been established to recognise schools that have demonstrated excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.

 

The children and Mrs Watling have worked very hard in order for us to achieve our GOLD award. We have now held this for the last year and continue to work hard in order to achieve the same standards.

School Year 2018-2019

Fit Fridays

Our Travel Ambassadors (with the help of Mr Butterworth)  have been writing to local businesses for support with their Fit Friday initiative.

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Superhero Day

As part of Big Pedal we held a fundraising 'Superhero Day', which the children were invited to come in to school dressed as a superhero.

Big Pedal

We took part in Sustrans Big Pedal 2019, which is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling, walking and scooting challenge.

March In March

 

As part of our Sustainable Travel Initiatives, each class in turn marched around the village looking for clues along the way. We recorded the number of steps taken for each class and compared them in school.

Lucky Locks

 

During the Big Pedal event, we selected one bicycle or scooter for our Lucky Lock prize! All children who cycled or scooted to school had the chance to have a Lucky Lock attached to their biker or scooter at the end of the day, and if it was theirs, they won a prize! Here's our winners:-

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Buswise

Tour de Yorkshire

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Safety Helmet Assembly

Fit Friday

GIST Lorry Travel Safety Training

Happy Shoesday

Be Bright, Be Seen Assembly

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Class 3 - Juice Bike

Reception Class Balance Bike Training 

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Class 4 Pedestrian Training

 

 

Class 2 Scooter Training

 

On Tuesday 16th January, Class 2 took part in the Council's Scooter Training. In addition to using scooters in the playground, the children designed their own.

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Big Pedal

The whole school currently took part in the 'Big Pedal' competition organised by the East Riding Road Saftey Team. Children were encouraged to cycle or scoot to school for a whole week.
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Road Sign Design

 

Our children were asked by Hook Parish Council to design posters to encourage motorists to drive carefully through our village. These will be displayed at a later date.

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Winning Design

The winning designs were created by Mary Smith and Ruby Marwood.

Well done to both girls.

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Hook Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Garth Lane, Hook, Goole, United Kingdom, DN14 5NW
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