As you scramble to finalise graduations, awards and end-of-year excursions and camps (not to mention curriculum delivery), you may start to field questions around high school for your students next year.
Noting that we already carry more than 47,000 students each day, no doubt you’ll be asked “How do I catch Transperth?”
Though we might not be able to visit in person, we’ve got your students covered.
Working with 139 secondary schools, representing more than 90 per cent of all relevant transitioning students across the Perth metro area, the Transperth education team distributed digital resources and more than 27,000 flyers to ensure students (and their parents) are prepared to make their move to independent travel on Transperth services in 2023.
Supporting this initiative, we direct all students and parents to the online Transperth Get on Board resource page. Feel free to brush up on your own knowledge too and help field some of the questions which may come your way.
Alternatively, if you’d like to help get your students and parents prepared, we have produced a digital tool kit that you can access with images, social media messaging, flyers and key information. Head to our Digital Toolkits page to access the Transitioning Student Resource Toolkit for Schools
All the best for the rest of the year to you and your students.
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