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  1. Instructions on how to enter, prize details and other information contained within the promotional advertisement form part of these terms and conditions.
  2. This competition commences 13/8/2013 and closes on Friday 27/9/2013.
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03 February 2017 Healthy School News Term 1 2017 out now!

Cancer Council WA supports schools to promote healthy lifestyle messages such as healthy eating, being physically active and sun safety and produce a biannual newsletter for school staff, parents and canteens.  To read the latest, download a pdf copy. Articles includes: Being a health hero Healthy snapshots from WA schools New Crunch&Sip resources Operation: Vegetables arrives at North Kalgoorlie Primary School And more! Don't forget to sign up for March Munch, our Kick Start to Crun...

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01 February 2017 Operation: Vegetables at North Kalgoorlie Primary School

Last year, 104 classrooms from around the state participated in the Crunch&Sip Operation: Vegetables pilot. Pilot teachers tested out our newly developed resources designed to help schools promote vegetables for Crunch&Sip. We caught up with Heather Riseberry, a year one teacher at North Kalgoorlie Primary School, to hear about her experiences. Q: Why did you decide to participate in the Operation: Vegetables pilot? I decided to participate in the pilot program because only 1 in 6 kids eat the...

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20 January 2017 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 words and actions. One barrier to students adopting healthy behaviours is inconsistency between what they are taught, the messages they receive, and...

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