The ability to listen is one of the keys to effective communication
Energy, and how we use it, is one of the most important issues of our time
Bullying among students can be a significant challenge for schools to tackle, particularly when they are hidden
Bullying can seriously impact a child. but dealing with it promptly and can make a real difference
Research suggests that schools can help students develop a stronger bones and a healthier future by encouraging growing bodies to be physically active
Playing sport and being active at school is great for students' health and well being. But how do we make sure they play safe and are protected?
Schools are at the front line when it comes to dealing with serious food allergies. So what do teachers and carers need to know?
Are you allowed to bring peanut butter sandwiches to school? Sometimes teachers need to ban this popular lunchbox food because nuts can make some students sick
What do you need to know before your school enters an organised, mass cycling event?
What do Australian children see as being important to their health and well being? A NSW study provides valuable insights
Making lunches nutritious and banning lollies, buns and sweetened drinks can have a significant impact on student health at your school
Evidence is mounting of the important role schools can play in combating the obesity epidemic
Regular physical activity can help every child lead a healthier, more rounded life. But for some children, particularly those with disabilities, a special effort needs to be made
What can schools and other interested adults do to help combat the childhood obesity epidemic? Experts have provided a checklist
Young Australians may be more physically active than is widely believed, but school physical education still plays a vital role in keeping kids on the move
Physically active kids tend to do better in school than their more sedentary friends
How can teachers help foster resilience in their students? And what role does resilience play in overall health?
In the fight against the childhood obesity epidemic, to what extent should teachers press home the healthy eating message?
Watching adult-targeted programs such as current affairs, crime shows and movies, increases sleeping difficulties in young children
Children are drinking less milk and more soft drinks and fruit-flavoured beverages. It's time for schools, parent groups and governments to act
Consider getting involved with a walking bus. Your own health will benefit - as well as your children's
Cooperation between teachers, parents and children may be the key to preventing young people from becoming overweight and obese
Environmental and policy changes at schools might help kids become more physically active and eat better
The health legacy left by dedicated teachers may be greater than you think
Do extra hours of physical education in school necessarily result in more active children? Scientists have uncovered some surprising results