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Local health district support

Support is available for Live Life Well @ School through your local health district health promotion service.

Health Promotion Officers from your local health district are available to work closely with schools to help them plan and implement practices that promote physical activity and healthy eating. Health promotion officers can introduce teachers to a range of practical tools, resources and ideas to support physical activity and healthy eating within the PDHPE syllabus and across the whole school context. Contact your local health district to discuss ways that you can implement healthy eating and physical activity strategies at your school. Please refer to Local health district key contact list.

Department of Education

A series of NESA registered Live Life Well @ School professional learning courses are now available to NSW public schools (K-6). Using the Health Promoting Schools Framework, the courses support the development of whole of school strategies that foster healthy eating and physical activity to improve the health and wellbeing of students and the school community.

Teachers in public schools interested in the Live Life Well @ School courses should register their interest by contacting

Association of Independent Schools NSW (AISNSW)

Live Life Well @ School professional learning is available for all teachers in all sectors through online learning modules offered by AISNSW.

  1. Module 1 – LLW@S: Starting the Journey (approx. 3 hours)
  2. Module 2 – LLW@S: Taking the next step (approx. 5 hours)

In-school consultancy support and annual whole-school projects (AISNSW) support the promotion of student wellbeing within the school.

Teachers in Association of Independent Schools NSW schools may wish to visit AISNSW Live Life Well @ School or contact Katrina Mostyn (Education Consultant: PDHPE and Student Wellbeing) on

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW)

Teachers from the Catholic Schools NSW sector are also able to undertake the LLW@S professional learning modules offered by AISNSW. For more information about the courses, please visit The Association of Independent Schools of NSW.​​

Page Updated: Tuesday 15 October 2019
Contact page owner: Centre for Population Health