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Welcome to the Campus Tornadoes Pedal Prix Team
The Aberfoyle Park Primary School Campus
(the Campus) is unique collaboration between
DECD, Catholic Education and the Uniting
In this dynamic learning environment,
3 schools (Thiele-DECD, Nativity-CEO and
Pilgrim-Uniting Church) strive to deliver a
contemporary curriculum which develops
the whole child. You can learn more about
the Campus and it's schools by visiting the Campus website.
Pedal Prix is one of the Campus sport related activities that involve students from all three schools. Students in years 6 and 7 at the Campus can participate in Pedal Prix, which involves extensive training to prepare the students to compete in three races throughout the year.
There are two six hour races held at Victoria Park Racecourse, in June and July, and a 24-hour race at Sturt Reserve in Murray Bridge in September. As well as being a competitive activity, involvement in Pedal Prix helps to educate our students about teamwork and responsibility and contributes to their general fitness. Although training and competing involves hard work, a major objective is for the students to enjoy themselves and have fun.
Pedal Prix at the Campus also brings a large number of families together from three schools. The Campus has a long history of involvement in Pedal Prix racing and information about our previous experiences can be found in the pages of this site. To find out more about Pedal Prix, please visit the Australian International Pedal Prix site.
Please feel free to spend some time navigating around our site and read about our current activities in the Pedal Prix as well as some historical information and pictures covering our involvement over a number of years. Over the past years we have had mixed results primarily the result of mechancal or 'crash-related' issues. Although we try to achieve good results each year, the student's participation and teamwork to achieve thse results is the most important aspect.
Running a Pedal Prix team takes a lot of effort as well as money. Not all the required funds can be collected from the participants so we rely heavily on sponsorship from a variety of sources. We encourage you to visit our Sponsors page and would ask that you support our sponsors wherever possible.
Anyone interested in becoming a sponsor should also check out the Sponsors page for details of how you can help us to remain competitive.