Tag On is currently inspiring active travel in the following Victorian schools:
Christ Our Holy Redeemer, Oakleigh East
St Finbar’s Primary School, Brighton
Murrumbeena Primary School, Murrumbeena
Lyndale Secondary College
Tag On is proud to be part of Merri-bek City Council’s Ride & Stride Program with Tag On kiosks in the following local schools:
Coburg North Primary School, Coburg North
St Oliver Plunkett Primary School, Pascoe Vale
Brunswick North West Primary School, Brunswick West
Glenroy West Primary School, Glenroy
Oak Park Primary School, Oak Park
Brunswick South West Primary School, Brunswick West
St Margaret Mary’s Primary School, Brunswick
You can read the outcomes report here to learn more about the role Tag On played in the Ride & Stride pilot program .
With the financial support of the City of Stonnington, as part of its Walking Action Plan 2022-2030, Tag On is also operating in the following schools:
Malvern Valley Primary School
St Mary’s Primary School, Malvern East
Lloyd Street Primary School
Malvern Primary School
St Joseph’s Primary School, Malvern
We are also working with the following Councils and organisations to roll out Tag On as part of various pilot programs and initiatives aimed at encouraging active travel and behavioural change:
Latrobe City Council – St Vincent de Paul Primary School Morwell.
City of Ballarat – Magpie Primary School, Delacombe Primary School, Newington Primary School.
Bendigo Community Health Services – “Move Your Way” program – St Liborius Primary School, Bendigo Primary School.
City of Greater Bendigo – Safe Routes to School program – Kalianna School, Lightning Reef Primary School, St Peter’s Primary School
Tag On has been featured on the Channel 9 News and in The Age newspaper.