Royal Life Saving Society - Australia encourages all schools to get involved in teaching water safety and become a WaterSmart school.
Aqua Safe was developed in collaboration with the ACT Government and is a unique water safety and awareness program designed specifically for Year 2 students in the ACT. Participation is partially funded by the ACT Government, improving the accessibility and affordability of essential water safety education for Canberra families.
The Swim 4 Life Program is a free holiday program for families of primary school aged children within the local Canberra area who would normally not have access to swimming and Water Safety lessons. Families are nominated for this program through organisations such as The Smith Family, Communities@Work and other...
Swim and Survive is suitable for school aged children from 4 years and up.
Looking for water safety games, activities and posters? Visit Royal Life Saving ACT website page.
Bronze e-Lifesaving is an interactive e-learning program that can be easily implemented in the classroom and has strong links to learning outcomes in the new Australian Curriculum.
Access free resources for your primary school about sun protection, UV exposure, Vitamin D and more.
Kidskin is very teacher friendly allowing ACT teachers to pick and choose what activities they want when they want it, ready for the classroom. Access Kidskin from your PC, smartphone or tablet.
Search and view your school's SunSmart history and membership. View how many teachers and staff at your school have completed Generation SunSmart PL, and more.
Take the guess work out of daily sun protection times in Canberra. Upload and display Cancer Council's free SunSmart Widget to your school's or early childhood service's homepage.
Download Cancer Council ACT's free 6 page activity booklet for primary school year children.
The Critic’s Choice program has successfully been run for 16 years to help prevent the uptake of smoking and encourage young people who do smoke to quit. Most adults who smoke first tried cigarettes when they were teenagers.
Find a list of useful drug education resources. You can filter these according to your needs using the filters on the left hand side. See Getting Started for more information about how to use the Positive Choices site.