Heath Area

Professional Support

Generation SunSmart On-line Learning Modules

Learn about: skin cancer, being SunSmart, the UV Alert, UV levels and how to incorporate sun protection strategies into your day to day activities. Plus receive a Certificate of Acknowledgment upon completion.

Growing Developing Healthy Relationships

GDHR is a free resource to support schools to deliver comprehensive relationships and sexuality education in line with the WA Health and Physical Education Curriculum and International Technical Guidance for Sexual Health Education. It includes lesson plans, educator notes, teaching strategies, best practice guidelines and professional learning opportunities. Parents should also check out a resource to help them Talk soon. Talk Often. Home – Talk Soon Talk Often (gdhr.wa.gov.au)

Anaphylaxis resources for schools

Schools need to be allergy aware and work with parents, guardians and children in the management of anaphylaxis.

School staff should refer to relevant policy documents and available training for managing anaphylaxis in a school environment.

The Information for Health Professionals – Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) site provides further information.

Skin First Aid, Screening and Education

Melanoma skin cancer is the most common cancer in Aussies aged 15-29 years. Early detection and education for people of all ages is vital in the fight against skin cancer. Specialists in early detection and education programs, Spotscreen offers a range of community-based skin cancer screening and training programs that help save lives. Perfect for teachers, school staff, parents and students, Spotscreen’s engaging onsite programs can help protect the health & safety of your school and community.

Fitness & Skill Testing with full electronic reporting

Baseline testing and reporting with National comparisons including full individual electronic reports for students and families. Currently the largest database in the world with over 40,000 students, with high reliability and validity.
From the testing, Sports Challenge in partnership with schools will develop Daily PE sessions, PE and sport programs for students aged 5 years to 17 years.

Professional Development and training is available for staff and community stakeholders.

Programs for ‘at risk’ students & extension leadership with a focus on creativity education

‘World first’ mentoring experiential intervention/prevention and extension programs are available for schools and communities for identified ‘at risk’ students and for high performing potential leaders. Creativity and Innovation audits and programs available for extension students. Professional Development and training available for staff and organisations with a focus upon Innovation.

SNAC (incorporating SNACPlus)

A nutrition and healthy eating support site for early childhood education and care services. There are many reliable, accurate resources to help you provide a healthy eating environment at your service – fact sheets, recipes, videos, quizzes. SNACPlus is a resource to help early childhood educators introduce food and nutrition education to the children they teach. Materials have been developed specifically for early childhood education and care services, and meet the requirements of the ‘Early Years Learning Framework’ and ‘National Quality Standards’, to embed good food habits among young children that will stay with them through adulthood.

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Yogazeit. Empower – Embody – Educate.

Mindfulness and Movement for School Communities. Supporting mental, physical and social Health and Wellness – one breath at a time.

  • Professional Development programs for school staff to empower classroom based (chair yoga) Mindful Movement brain breaks which meet curriculum standards. Mini-Workshops and half day PD’s available.
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Incursions and Education to support mental health and physical wellbeing.
  • School Term Programs aligned with the Health and PE curriculum supporting strong bodies and minds from Pre-K to Year 12.
  • Staff Wellbeing Programs, Yoga Classes, Mindfulness, Sound and Martial Arts.
  • Certified Children’s and Teens Yoga Educator Teacher Trainings.

Developed in schools for schools. Evidence-based secular yoga and mindfulness curriculum meeting national standards and the Australian health and wellbeing framework. Experienced in delivering outreach programming in remote and regional Western Australian School communities. Passionate about making a difference and supporting your school. One breath at a time. https://www.yogazeit.com.au.   Facebook: https:www.facebook.com/yogazeitkids

Active Schools

Bluearth programs are all about using movement to create happy, healthy, engaged children. The Active Schools program is delivered over a school year, providing movement sessions for students and professional development for classroom teachers. The program’s long-term approach in a school guides teachers through a gradual release of responsibility model progressing from observation and engagement to delivery of the program themselves. Throughout the program there is also an emphasis on engaging the wider school community in physically active events. The Active School program has three variants dependent on setting and target audience: Early Childhood, Leadership and Mindful Movement programs.

A typical Bluearth session would incorporate some of Bluearth’s six elements of movement: Core movement, dynamic movement, skill activities, challenges and games, coordination and agility and movement in the environment. Sessions are usually flexible and seek to engage with the group in the best way possible; creating an environment where difficulties and successes are discussed and shared. Included are mindfulness aspects focused on breath and mindful movement and encourage participants to reflect on their experiences in a safe environment.

Professional Development Workshops

Bluearth Foundation offers several professional development workshops. Workshops suit classroom teachers. educators and other professionals who work with children. Bluearth can provide workshops free of charge at your institution by way of hosting a workshop for the region or, a private workshop for the institution for a cost per workshop. Workshops currently offered are:
– Introduction to Bluearth workshop
– Six Elements workshop (core movement, dynamic movement, coordination and agility, challenges and games, skill activities and movement in the environment)
– Early Childhood workshop
– Leadership workshop

Epilepsy Smart Schools

A nationwide schools program that helps schools to meet their duty of care to children living with epilepsy. Teacher training opportunities (both in person and via an online learning portal) and a free web based platform containing school resources and epilepsy management templates are available through Epilepsy WA and the Epilepsy Smart Schools Website.

Animal Fun Professional Development Workshops

Animal Fun Professional Development Workshops are delivered by Sue McLaren, Program Director in your school at a time convenient to you. Maximise the effectiveness of the program by providing all staff with the background understanding of the rationale and research that supports Animal Fun. Workshops for up to 10 staff cost $165 with resources additional.

Prefer to work at your own pace -then the Animal Fun e-learning course is for you. An annual licence gives you access to all of the training information Sue McLaren delivers in-person PLUS you will receive some additional FREE downloadable posters and useful documents which will assist you with meeting National Quality Framework guidelines.

Child Safety Professional Learning and Resources

WA Child Safety Services offers workshops by qualified and experienced trainers including:
• Child Protection & Mandatory Reporting
• Protective Behaviours
• Cyber Safety & Digital Wellness
• Healthy Relationships
WACSS stocks a comprehensive range of abuse prevention resources including Primary School curriculum, books, posters and games.

Better Health Program – A free healthy lifestyle program for children 6-12 years.

Better Health Program – A free healthy lifestyle program for children 6-12 years.

The Better Health Program is a free, 10-week healthy lifestyle program for 6-12 year olds and their parent or carer. The program is free for eligible families in Western Australia thanks to the WA Department of Health and can be done online or in person.

Across the program families learn about healthy eating, reading food labels, battling screen time and building healthy habits through fun and interactive weekly sessions. Families receive support from qualified health professionals throughout the program, along with resources and motivational freebies like free sports equipment!  

When: Registrations are open now!

Group-based: Term 2

Online: Flexible starts – start as soon as you register!

How: To sign up please visit: https://betterhealthprogram.org/ or call 1300 899 736″



If you are a parent or carer of a child in their early years who struggles with healthy eating, physical activity and active play ideas, the Active8 Program can help your family make healthy changes.

You can help your child learn healthy lifestyle habits that can reduce the risk of illness and support them to lead a healthy life.

The WA Department of Health is funding free places on the Active8 Program for children aged 2-5 years and their families throughout WA.

Connect with your own health coach over the phone and other parents in an online environment. The online format provides flexibility for busy parents whilst still supporting families to establish healthy habits for young children.

The evidence-based program is being delivered by health professionals online.

Start the 9-week program as soon as you enrol. For more information or to sign up go to:  https://theactive8.org/wa


Term 3 registrations are now open for in person programs. 

Locations for our FREE in person programs are:

Better Health Program:

  • Cannington
  • Joondalup
  • Osborne Park
  • North Perth

  The Active8 Program:

  • Balga


Royal Life Saving Society Western Australia

The sport of Pool Lifesaving involves students learning how to conduct water rescues in a safe and fun environment. The program can be easily incorporated into your current swim program, swim club or school sports. Have the Sport Development Program Officer visit your pool and teach you all the skills needed to run this popular program.

Young people aged 15-24 have the second highest drowning rate of any age group in Western Australia, with young males being particularly over-represented.

Royal Life Saving Society WA’s ‘Be a Mermate’ campaign aims to reduce drowning and aquatic injury by educating young people about the dangers associated with
alcohol consumption and risk-taking behaviour in and around water.

Our FREE water safety presentations, interactive stalls and educational resources raise awareness of these risk factors and provide young people with the skills to look out for their mates in and around water.

Phone: (08) 9383 8200. Email: beamermate@royallifesavingwa.com.au.
Website: https://royallifesavingwa.com.au/programs/youth-water-safety/services-we-provide

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