Pupils help design scooter, bike tracks

Air time . . . Eight›year›old Tan› ner Moyle ramps up.


Trailblazers . . . Warepa School pupils (from left) Harper Whale (10), Randall Galog (11) and
Liam Foley (10) enjoy the off›road bike track they helped bring into reality.
Pedal to the metal . . . Randall Galog flies through the course.
Learning curves . . . Warepa School’s scooter track works for exercise and teaching road rules. PHOTOS: NICK BROOK

Creative input from Warepa School pupils brought active fun to their playgrounds with recently finished bike and scooter tracks.

‘‘We were looking into improvements and the middle class came up with the scooter and fitness track,’’ principal Sue Adcock said.

‘‘The seniors wanted the challenge of slopes and jumps and helped design the bike track,’’ she said.

‘‘Active kids are happy kids and we’re all really pleased with the support from Sport Clutha, Demie Contracting and Warepa School Support Group.’’