Adventist primary schools invited to showcase health and wellbeing engagement

Central Coast Adventist School Year 4D leads the way in promoting health and wellbeing through the LIVE MORE HAPPY Kids Journal.

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With the goal of promoting health, happiness and wellbeing among Adventist primary school students, ACA Health Benefits Fund, the exclusive Adventist private health insurance fund, has partnered with Adventist Schools Australia (ASA) to publish and distribute the LIVE MORE HAPPY Kids Journal to all Adventist primary schools across Australia. 

The 95-page Kids’ Journal, created by final-year primary school teaching students at Avondale College University, aligns with the Australian Curriculum requirements and provides a comprehensive resource for educators to engage their students in learning about various aspects of health and wellness. 

To encourage the use of the Kids’ Journal, ACA Health is hosting a Primary Schools Health Resource Competition. Primary teachers are invited to showcase their students’ engagement with the resource by submitting a short video. This is described as a simple yet impactful way for schools to highlight how their students are embracing the learning opportunities presented by the Kids’ Journal.

“We are thrilled to partner with ASA to provide all Adventist primary schools with free copies of the LIVE MORE HAPPY Kids’ Journal,” said Alex Rodriguez, marketing manager at ACA Health Benefits Fund. ”This resource not only supports the curriculum but also promotes the holistic development of students, focusing on their health, happiness and overall wellbeing.”

The competition offers two $A1000 cash prizes for the winning schools, which can be used to further enhance their educational programs. Last year’s winners used their prize money to purchase additional decodable reading kits, expanding their literacy initiatives and positively impacting their school communities. 

“We encourage all Adventist primary schools to participate in this exciting competition,” said Mr Rodriguez. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase the incredible work teachers and students are doing to prioritise health and wellbeing in the classroom.”

To take part in the competition, primary school teachers can email for further details or to order their free copies of the LIVE MORE HAPPY Kids’ Journal

ACA Health recently launched the journal and competition with the children from Year 4D at Central Coast Adventist School. The competition closes on June 28. 

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