Students reminded of rules for riding bikes
Students at Ettalong Public School have been reminded of the rules for riding their bikes or scooters to school.
"Only students in Years 3-6 are permitted to ride to a school," said relieving principal Ms Jodie Campbell.
"Year K-2 students must be accompanied by an adult if riding to school.
"All students must correctly wear a legally-approved helmet, as required by law.
"Anyone riding a bike or scooter to school must bring along a chain and secure their bike/scooter to the racks provided."
Ms Campbell said that neither the Education Department nor the school accepted any responsibility for loss or damage to bikes on school grounds.
"Students bring and store their bike or scooter to school at their own risk," she said.
"At no time are students to ride or sit on their bike, or anyone else's, while inside the school's boundaries.
"Students must walk their bike within the school grounds.
"The bike rack and scooter racks are out of bounds at all times except when arriving and departing school."
Social media, 30 Oct 2022
Jodie Campbell, Ettalong Public School