How can the Network assist your school?
Including healthy eating and sustainability.
Injury prevention, drug education and more
Such as continence, asthma and others.
Promoting good mental health in childhood.
Programs for keeping kids active.
Training and information to assist school staff.
Speaker: Jenny Duggan (Donate Life WA)
More information will here prior to event.
(Thursday) 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Cancer Council WA, Seminar Room
15 Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park WA 6008
Engaging Others - How to build momentum in your school or workplace Who: Anyone involved (or interested!) in Your Move in your school Tickets: Eventbrite Do you want to get better at [...]
Who: Anyone involved (or interested!) in Your Move in your school
Do you want to get better at creating change in your school? Do you want to work effectively to support others to walk, cycle or take public transport?
This forum will focus on building the practical skills needed to work with others in creating a positive movement for change. Come away with new ideas on how to engage others at your school. Discover how to build momentum in an established Your Move program or how to create a Your Move program that is fun, appealing and makes others want to be involved.
Our guest speaker Dr Jane Genovese (above) will lead a fast paced, practical session exploring how to create a movement for change. Jane has spent the past seven years engaged in research on behaviour and value change. She has worked extensively in schools, local government, and in her community to help create shifts towards more sustainable ways of living
Join us for a morning of skill building, inspiration, networking with other champions, not to mention a delicious morning tea!
New to Your Move? We offer 30-minute customised Your Move website orientation sessions after every forum. Please indicate your interest when registering and we will be in touch.
(Wednesday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Department of Transport
Level 2, 140 William St, Perth (Entry is on Murray Street above the Perth Underground - take the elevator near Forever New to Level 2)
You are invited to attend WISA's Western Australian Conference – Perth 17 August 2018 ‘Ensuring Safety and the Basic Needs for all Students to Thrive Educationally – It Takes a Village [...]
You are invited to attend WISA’s Western Australian Conference – Perth 17 August 2018
‘Ensuring Safety and the Basic Needs for all Students to Thrive Educationally – It Takes a Village to Raise a Child’
Opening address: ‘Why Teachers Are Better than Doctors in Prolonging Life’ Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Bret Hart
‘Hearing the Views of Children and Young People’
Mr Colin Pettit WA Commissioner for Children and Young People
‘The Ways Young People can Help and Hurt have Evolved: Virtual but No Less Real’
Professor Donna Cross University of Western Australia, Collaboration Director & Head of Health Promotion and Education Research, Telethon Kids Institute
Receive practical evidence informed tools and resources that make a real difference.
Friday August 17 2018
Put it in your diary now! For more information, click here
Single registration $295, $540 for two, $990 for groups of 4
Linsey Hart Ph 0421 343 137 E Linsey@wisawellbeing.com.au
(Friday) 8:00 am - 1:00 am
Burswood On Swan
1 Camfield Drive, Bursdwood WA
Mount Lawley Senior High School Health Expo The Expo will aim to promote healthy lifestyles and provide links which will assist in achieving the personal and educational goals of our [...]
The Expo will aim to promote healthy lifestyles and provide links which will assist in achieving the personal and educational goals of our students. It is also an opportunity to introduce students to community agencies that provide health services, information and support.
The Health Expo will be targeting both middle and upper school students, totalling 1700 (years 7 -12). MLSHS provides for a multicultural learning environment, with students from over 50 different countries.
Many of the students will benefit from seeing agencies that are available in the community. They will then be able to share this information with their families and remember these services when they leave high school.
We hope to offer a wide array of displays and stalls ranging from sexual health and drug awareness, to healthy eating and road safety.
The format of the day:
(Wednesday) 8:45 am - 2:50 pm WST
Mount Lawley Senior High School
65 Woodsome St, Mount Lawley WA 6050
Mount Lawley Senior High School email@example.com