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This publication by the Commissioner for Children and Young People highlights positive examples of how working with children and young people can lead to better outcomes in the built environment. The publication aims to complement other resources available in this area.
Information about the Council on the Ageing WA - Senior's Week Grants.
Information about the various Department for Communities Grants available to be applied for by local governments.
Rebecca Fidrych from the Physical Activity Taskforce provided an overview of several grant opportunities available that had not already been outlined.
Geordie Thompson from the Department of Sport and Recreation provided an overview of the Trails Grants Program.
Toyah Tinworth from the City of Wanneroo provided an overview of the local government's experiences thus far after receiving Healthy Communities Initiative funding.
Community Profiling – Data Requirements and Sources Presentation (Department of Sport and Recreation)
Susan McDonald from the Department of Sport and Recreation provided an overview of sources the department uses for community profiling.
Sarah Joyce from the Department of Health WA provided an overview of data that is available from the department and other government sources.
Peta Turner from the Department of Health WA provided an overview of the national Healthy Communities Initiative Grants.
Clayton White from the Department of Sport and Recreation provided an overview of the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund.
Lisa Wheatley from the Heart Foundation provided an overview of the Community Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Grants available as part of the national Swap It, Don’t Stop It campaign.
The Physical Activity Taskforce in conjunction with the Department of Health WA and the WA Local Government Association conducted a Local Government Grants Seminar on Friday 15th July 2011.
Jo Del Prete from the Physical Activity Taskforce provided an overview of considerations for local governments when applying for grants.
The document by the Department of Health WA is to be used by local governments to request data required for Healthy Communities Initiative grant applications.
In this submission the Taskforce outlined it's support for the objectives of the overarching planning framework for rural land use planning within Western Australia and the principle changes being proposed within SPP 2.5. The Taskforce provides a number of comments for consideration by the Western Australian Planning Commission in SPP 2.5 and the implementation policies contained in DC Policy 3.4.
Presentations delivered at Physical Activity Taskforce events and programs.
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Recognising the diverse requirements on principals and educators in committing to out of school learning opportunities, the Department of Sport and Recreation - Recreation Camps have developed some tools to aid teacher planning and identification of learning outcomes from school camps and physical activity programs.
|Tags:||Children, Curriculum, Education, Games, Government agencies, Guidelines, Outdoor recreation, Physical activity, Physical education, Primary schools, Publications, Recreation facilities, Schools, Secondary schools, Teachers, Young people|
The year 8 to 10 4th R Curriculum Resource package aims to provide guidance for educators using Department of Sport and Recreation - Recreation Camps programs and will assist schools in choosing from the diverse range of programs on offer.
|Tags:||Active schools, Children, Curriculum, Education, Games, Government agencies, Guidelines, Outdoor recreation, Physical activity, Primary schools, Publications, Recreation facilities, Schools, Secondary schools, Teachers, Young people|
WA’s sport and recreation industry has been guided by three to five-year strategic directions since 1997, giving the industry a framework in which to operate and develop. It has also guided State Government decision-making and funding directions and has been the catalyst for the achievement of a range of industry outcomes.
The National Secondary Student's Diet and Activity (NaSSDA) survey 2009-10 is jointly funded by the state Cancer Councils, Cancer Council Australia and the National Heart Foundation of Australia.
The Physical Activity Taskforce, in collaboration with the National Heart Foundation (WA) and the Departments of Transport, Sport and Recreation, Education and Health, produced a Year K-7 teacher resource to foster more active transport to and from schools.
Matilda's Morning Adventures is an early childhood storybook designed to accompany the Choose Active Transport resource for teachers.
This report, prepared by the Australia Local Government Association, Bus Industry Confederation, Cycling Promotion Fund, National Heart Foundation of Australia and International Association of Public Transport, calls on the Australian Government to make a major commitment to driving active transport in Australia.
|Tags:||Active living, Active transport, Advocacy, Cycle paths, Cycling, Footpaths, Government policy, Local government, Planning (built environment/infrastructure), Planning (strategic/organisational), Policy, Public transport, Publications, Sustainability, Walking|
The Department of Transport produces and distributes a range of comprehensive cycling brochures, which can be downloaded from the cycling section of their website.
ARTICLES: Taskforce Parliamentary Briefing; Joint Advisory Committee Meeting;Open Lecture - The Built Environment and Active Living; New National Urban Policy; Global Agenda to Prevent Non Communicable Disease Children 'Risking Heart Disease' By Not Exercising; State Budget Announcement; Healthy Communities Funding; The 4th R Resource Package; Go Red for Women; and, Spotlight on Alison Turner, Department of Education.
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