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AIS offers a range of resources and
complimentary Road Safety Education professional learning.
More cricketers from regional NSW will play on the Sydney Cricket Ground than ever before as part of the new Plan B Regional Bash.
Cricket NSW has announced a new T20 knock out competition to be played by 16 new franchises throughout regional NSW starting on Sunday 11 October 2015, culminating in the Finals Gala Day at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday 6 December 2015.
Transport for NSW
develops and produces road safety education resources to help improve the
safety of all school students in NSW. Road-related crashes are the largest
cause of death and serious injury among young people. Resources help students
identify and reduce road safety risks, and encourage them to become safer
pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders and drivers.
Australian Ashes cricketer, Nathan Lyons has been posting regular blogs in relation to Transport for NSW's health promotion campaign, Plan B http://www.cricketnsw.com.au/news/news-archive/2015/7/7/nathan-lyon-nightwatchman-ashes-blog
More about the Plan B campaign can be found on Transport for NSW website.
Motorcyclists are increasing in numbers across NSW and are over-represented in road trauma.
Transport for NSW has created a Ride to Live campaign to improve safety for motorcyclists.
Curve Lurve is the McGrath Foundation's education initiative, aimed at increasing breast awareness in young Australians, with a particular emphasis on young women.
Workshops are being offered for PDHPE groups and through Student Wellbeing sessions free of charge.
With the UV index soaring
over summer, now is an ideal time to make sure students know how to protect
themselves and are taking the sun safe message home with them over the summer
holiday period. Whilst a lot of young people rely on sunscreen for UV
protection over summer, many are not applying it in a way that achieves maximum
effectiveness. For some handy tips on sunscreen application please see Cancer
Council NSW’s newsletter section which can
be adapted for your own school newsletter.
AWARE Education was established to assist, school, community, sporting and corporate organisations educate their staff, students and members about community based police issues such as personal safety, cyber safety, road trauma and drug and alcohol education. Presentations are tailored to the needs of the group and are presented by Chris Woutersz who is a former Detective Sergeant serving with the NSW Police Force for over 20 years. A number of independent schools have used AWARE Education to complement their Pastoral and/or PDHPE programs and have provided positive feedback. For more information visit the AWARE Education website at:
The Building Blocks of Relationships- Stage 1 PDHPE resource
AIS PDHPE Conference 2007
AIS PDHPE Conference 2009
AIS PDHPE Conference 2010