Programs for schools
LiveLighter encourages Victorian adults and parents to lead healthier lifestyles by making simple changes to their eating, drinking and physical activity habits.
Dental Health Services Victoria is the lead oral health agency in Victoria, offering a range of resources designed to support teachers, school nurses, students and their families.
The Primary and Secondary School Nursing Programs aim to improve the health and wellbeing of students and the school community from prep to year 12, through health promotion and health education, as well as linking children and families to other community-based health and wellbeing services.
The Healthy Schools Achievement Program is a free membership program supporting schools to become healthier places. We help you achieve best practice policies and practices in health and wellbeing and receive Victorian Government recognition for your work.
Eating Disorders Victoria is the primary source of support, information, education, navigation and advocacy for Victorians with eating disorders and their families. Our mission is to reduce the duration and severity of eating disorders.
School canteen online training. Training modules include: Setting up a school canteen, Creating a canteen community, Food foundations, Menu planning, Marketing and promotion, Healthy food, healthy profits, Safe food, Take action (includes summary, final assessment, evaluation and certificate). The course takes 2-3 hours, which can be carried out in multiple sessions, and costs $90 plus GST.
Vic Kids Eat Well is an exciting state-wide movement that’s focused on transforming the food and drink environments where kids spend their time. The initiative is working with schools, out of school hours care (OSHC) and a wide range of community organisations – such as sports clubs and community facilities to provide healthier food and drink options. Vic Kids Eat Well is supported by the Victorian Government, and is delivered by Cancer Council Victoria’s Achievement Program, in partnership with Nutrition Australia’s Healthy Eating Advisory Service.
Phenomenom curriculum-aligned videos, podcasts, lesson plans and activities to support food literacy, cultivate curiosity and encourage a positive relationship with food. Vic Kids Eat Well is supported by the Victorian Government, and is delivered by Cancer Council Victoria’s Achievement Program, in partnership with Nutrition Australia’s Healthy Eating Advisory Service.
Home Economics Victoria is a professional teacher association, a registered training organisation and a charity providing consultancy, professional development, training and resources for teachers of food studies, health and home economics.
ACHPER Victoria is a non for profit professional teaching association whose mission is to enhance, support and advocate for high quality health and physical education in Victoria through effective engagement with teachers, schools and communities.
The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation supports educators to deliver pleasurable food education through a kitchen garden program. We provide professional development, educational resources, an online community and ongoing real-time support for teacher’s early years centres, primary and secondary schools.
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) is a statutory authority, serving both government and non-government schools. The VCAA develops and implements the curricula and assessment for all students in Victoria from the early years to senior-secondary. The VCAA's mission is to provide high quality curricula, assessment and reporting to enable learning for life.
Parents’ Voice is an online network of parents who are interested in improving the food and activity environments of Australian children. Parents’ Voice was formed in 2004 and represents thousands of Australian parents.
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