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How many sun protection boxes does your school tick?

Is your school wanting to improve sun protection for students and staff, but is not sure where to start? This checklist will help to identify what your school is already doing well and what needs to be improved on. Your school can then prioritise actions. School organisation, ethos and environment  Students and staff wear […]

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Physical activity and sun protection – how to encourage both for healthy kids

For most, these facts are most likely not new: Physical activity is important for immediate and long-term physical and mental health Australian children are not meeting the daily recommendations for physical activity* Research supports the importance of play for young children Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world Ultraviolet […]

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WA // Practising what you preach

A healthy school community involves all partners and sends children the same message in the home, school, and community.  Students learn about health behaviours not just from what they are taught in class, but also by observing what teachers say and do outside of the context of a health lesson. Children are quick to pick up any differences between […]

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WA // Being a health champion (when you’re up against it)

Are you that person at your school who wants to improve the health of students, but keeps hitting resistance? You’re not alone! Health programs and initiatives work better when the whole school community is on board, but that can be easier said than done. For example, you may be trying to improve healthy eating, sun […]

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