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  2. This competition commences 13/8/2013 and closes on Friday 27/9/2013.
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05 March 2015 Healthy Lifestyle Calendar launched

A healthy tip for March: "To keep healthy I play at the park, ride my bike, drink water and eat apples at fruit time"  by Alyssa-Mae, Kindy, Peg's Creek Primary School, Karratha   As part of Fruit & Veg September in 2014, Western Australian primary school students were asked to design a poster showing how to lead a healthy lifestyle - including being physically active, eating lots of fruit and veg, and having fun. The competition was a collaboration between Cancer Council WA and WA Institut...

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28 January 2015 Increasing parent engagement in school health programs

Parents play a significant role in the development and support of school health and wellbeing programs. Research indicates that engaging parents in their child's school life, including health initiatives, makes it more likely that unhealthy behaviours will be avoided as they grow older. Successful implementation of the Crunch&Sip and SunSmart Schools programs relies on the support of parents and the community. Parents are in most cases responsible for supplying fruit or vegetables and a water b...

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27 January 2015 Crunch&Sip celebrates 10 years!

Approximately 40 Western Australian primary schools will celebrate 10 years as a Crunch&Sip School in 2015. This equates to over 21 million pieces of fruit and vegetables eaten during Crunch&Sip breaks by these schools alone! Crunch&Sip began as a Healthway funded pilot project in the Great Southern in 2000 and as a result of its success became a state-wide program in 2005. The schools that have successfully participated for 10 years have done so by following the Health Promoting Schools Frame...

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