Our Program

In partnership with schools we deliver an interactive curriculum based program to Preschools, Primary and Secondary schools. Visiting over 710,000 children every year, we help children achieve the learning outcomes of the Australian Curriculum

Our program is most effective when we work together; Adopting a system-wide approach, our program is most effective when engaging the entire school community; students, teachers and parents. It's an approach designed to impact the health and well being of Australia.

Program goals

  • Build AWARENESS of the topic or issue(s) covered
  • Encourage REFLECTION on how the topic or issue affects the students
  • Share KNOWLEDGE that students need to make informed decisions
  • Help students identify and develop response STRATEGIES 
  • Help students to develop the SKILLS and confidence that they need to apply those strategies on a day to day basis.

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Program content

Holistic Our approach to health education promotes student's physical, social and emotional health and wellbeing.
Knowledge Empowering children and young people with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to make informed decisions about their health
Relevant We work towards age and stage appropriate outcomes according to the state and territory curriculum frameworks

Opportunities are created, invariably via a guided discussion, to sensitively challenge stereotypes and misperceptions. 

Credible Materials are systematically reviewed and updated when necessary to reflect the latest statistics, guidelines and information.  

Program FAQs

  • Who is it for?

    Consisting of 16 different modules, our program has been specially designed for preschools, primary schools and secondary schools.

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  • When is it best delivered?

    Definitely not a one-off intervention. Our program is designed to engage students from an early age and to be sequential; delivered year-on-year, building on learnings throughout preschool and primary school into secondary school.

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  • Who is it delivered by?

    Our program is delivered by a team of specially trained educators and classroom teachers who we support with a range of pre and post-visit resources. Our program is also available online.

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  • What topics are covered?

    Our program covers topics including; drugs and alcohol, personal safety, cybersafety, food and nutrition, physical activity, social and emotional wellbeing and the human body.

    By working together with school communities, we are able to identify areas of greatest need and choose program content tailored to each school and stage group.

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  • Will Healthy Harold be there?

    Healthy Harold has been visiting preschools and primary school with us for more than 40 years and there are no signs of him slowing down. He doesn't, however, accompany us into secondary schools though.

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  • Is the Mobile Learning Centre (aka van) always used?

    Our Mobile Learning Centres are iconic but not an essential part of the experience.

    Our preschool program is delivered in your centre; allowing your students to feel comfortable while enjoying the program. While the vans are used in most primary schools, our pop-up classrooms have become increasingly popular due to their flexibility. The learning experience can also be replicated in your classrooms or shared learning space at your school resulting in less disruption to your day to day activities (this is the only delivery option currently available in VIC and WA)

    After submitting a booking enquiry, our team will talk to you about the mode of delivery that will work best for you and your school.

  • How many sessions a day are facilitated?

    Depending on the length of the modules booked, we suggest between 2 and 4 sessions per day.

  • How long does each module take to run?

    The preschool and Kindergarten - Year 2 modules run for 60 minutes. The Year 3-6 modules run for 90 minutes.

  • Can you provide the educator’s Working With Children’s Check (WWCC) number?

    This information will be made available. The scheduled educator will also provide 100 point identity check when they arrive at the school.