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Live Life Well @ School is a school-based program that aims to enhance teachers’ knowledge, skills and confidence in teaching nutrition and physical activity both as part of the K-6 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) syllabus and through school wellbeing time.

Live Life Well @ School utilises a whole-school approach consistent with school policies and classroom teaching while also encouraging community links.

Live Life Well @ School encourages and supports schools to adopt a range of 'Desirable Practices' to promote healthy eating, physical activity and enhance students' movement skills.  

The AIS has an agreement with NSW Health to promote healthy eating and physical activity through Live Life Well @ Schools to students in K-6 independent schools.                                                                                      

School Support

Live Life Well @ School aims to develop and deliver resources and professional learning opportunities for teachers and advocates for a whole-school approach to physical activity and healthy eating.

The AIS has a team of consultants who are available to assist with complimentary workshops, customised professional learning, self-paced online learning modules, courses, conferences and school-based projects.

Whole-School Projects

Funding opportunities with AISNSW consultancy support are being offered for independent schools to conduct Student Wellbeing/PDHPE based projects that promote a sustainable and continuous commitment to student wellbeing through embedded programs or activities that focus on both physical activity and healthy eating.

Student Wellbeing/PDHPE Funding applications have now closed for 2019. Please contact Katrina Mostyn or Nicky Sloss for more details.

Whole-School Projects 2018

Thanks to funding from NSW Health, the following AISNSW schools worked on K-6 Live Life Well @ School projects linked to both student wellbeing and PDHPE in 2018:

  • Abbotsleigh School for Girls’, Wahroonga
  • Aspect Hunter School, Thornton
  • Kingdom Culture Christian School, Arncliffe
  • Macquarie University Special School, North Ryde
  • Namoi Valley Christian School, Wee Waa
  • St Andrew’s Christian School, Clarenza
  • Tuntable Falls Community School, Nimbin
  •  Biala Special School, Ballina  

All these schools showcased their project work at the Student Wellbeing/PDHPE Project Symposium in Term 1, 2019.

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Nicky Sloss
Consultant: Student Wellbeing
Katrina Mostyn
Consultant: PDHPE and Student Wellbeing