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A total of 18 primary schools with over 7,800 students enthusiastically embraced Go for Gold and the opportunity to get active during October.
A hybrid version of the Go for Gold program was rolled out, so all students could participate equally. Those who were learning face-to-face were encouraged to walk, ride or scoot to school and those who were learning remotely were encouraged to be active twice a day at home.
Students embraced the many online options available to them including participating in GEL Anywhere livestream classes and many on-demand options such as yoga classes, learning how to juggle, exploring their local area, discovering new playgrounds or taking their dog for a walk.
Congratulations to all the participating primary schools and students of Glen Eira for embracing Go for Gold and being active for the month of October.
- Bentleigh West Primary
- Beth Rivkah Ladies College (primary school)
- Carnegie Primary
- Caulfield Junior College
- Caulfield South Primary
- Coatesville Primary
- East Bentleigh Primary
- Glen Huntly Primary
- Leibler Yavneh College (primary school)
- Murrumbeena Primary
- Ormond Primary
- Ripponlea Primary
- Shelford Girls’ Grammar (primary school)
- St Patrick’s Primary
- St Paul’s Bentleigh Primary
- St Peter’s Catholic Primary School
- Valkstone Primary School
- Yeshivah Primary