St Mary's Catholic Primary School students, including Philippa Rossi who is pictured waving, are having a Walk Safely to School Day.
St Mary's Catholic Primary School students, including Philippa Rossi who is pictured waving, are having a Walk Safely to School Day. Robyne Cuerel

St Mary's pupils, parents and teachers march in Queens Park

MORE than 70 students, parents and teachers from St Mary's Primary School will march through Queens Park on Thursday morning as part of the Walk Safely to School Day.

Students, now celebrating the event for the fifth year in a row, will walk from the Excelsior Band Hall and along the Queens Park river walk from 8am.

The national event aims to promote road safety, healthy living and the use of public transport among primary school students and their families.

Go to walk.com.au for more information.



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