Saturday, 03 May 2014

Variety & Retravision Join Forces For LEWA

Local sponsor Retravision joined forces with Variety WA, the children's charity to fund the refurbishment of two Mobile

Learning Centres for Life Education WA.At a cost of $88,000, this major project will enable up to 20,000 students in 52 Western Australian schools to access the Life Education program annually.

The refurbished Mobile Learning Centres are equipped with high-tech, multi-media equipment including a DVD player, ceiling stars and a transparent anatomical mannequin affectionately known as "TAM". Designed to be a place of magic, intrigue and fun, the Life Education Mobile Learning Centres combine special effects and interactive elements which engage students to challenge their values and attitudes, expand on their knowledge and develop skills to help them to make the best choices for a healthy future.

Photo (right): MLA Member for Wanneroo, Paul Miles, Variety WA Executive Director, Michael Pailthorpe, Retravision (Wangara) store owner Geoff Kemp, Chair LEWA, Bernie Foley, Life Education CEO Jay Bacik and students from Wanneroo Primary School.

Retravision WA CEO Paul Holt said he was delighted to work with Variety WA to deliver practical help to the local community. "Retravision, together with Variety WA is proud to be involved in giving WA kids the skills for the best possible chance at a healthy future, free from drug misuse".

The Mobile Learning Centres will be visiting schools from from Wanneroo to Aramdale, Currambine, Mandurah, Guilford and Darlington to name a few.

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