The Changing Health Acting Together (CHAT) Achievement Awards
31 Aug 2017
The CHAT Achievement Awards will celebrate the hard work and successes of over 30 WA schools who have been working with SDERA to develop a comprehensive whole-school approach to resilience, road safety and alcohol and other drugs education. These metropolitan and regional schools will be acknowledged for achieving Bronze, Silver or Gold level.
CHAT is an evidence-based initiative that helps schools to achieve sustainable health and wellbeing outcomes for students, staff, parents and the wider community. Over 100 schools across the state are currently implementing this unique initiative. Learn more about CHAT.
The CHAT Achievement Awards will be presented by the Honourable Samantha Rowe MLC, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education and Training.
School staff are welcome to attend this event where they can network with CHAT schools, observe samples of their work and achievements, and discuss the impact this initiative has made on the school community. Teacher relief costs will be reimbursed for those attending.
Date: Thursday 21st September 2017
Time: 1.30pm to 3.45pm (lunch will be provided from 1.00pm)
Place: Burswood on Swan, 1 Camfield Drive, Burswood
RSVP: By Thursday 7th September 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 9402 6267
Special guest and Founder of DARTA, Paul Dillon, will be hosting a Talking Drugs professional development workshop for school staff prior to the CHAT Awards. Guests are welcome to attend the free workshop and SDERA will cover the cost of teacher relief. Attendees will receive a free resource and student workbooks for their school.