Learn from others
Launching in 2012, the Achievement Program is a relatively new initiative, yet already participants are seeing benefits. See the healthy changes that other schools are making.
Portarlington Primary School
Portarlington Primary School, on the Bellarine Peninsula, has utilised community connections to increase active travel by students.
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Ballam Park Primary School
Find out how Ballam Park Primary School in Frankston met the benchmarks for Physical Activity and Sun Protection.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, in Warragul, was the first secondary school in the state to complete Coordinate – the first phase of the Achievement Program. Find out how they did it.
Red Cliffs Secondary College
Read the principal’s thoughts on how to best manage health and wellbeing at Red Cliffs Secondary College in Mildura.
Point Cook Senior College
Students from Point Cook Senior College implemented the Achievement Program on while on placement at local primary schools and an early childhood service. The results were beneficial for all involved.