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Move Well Eat Well

Move Well Eat Well

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What works in the classroom?

Over 50 classroom teachers have put up their hands to trial and give feedback on some curriculum units to support Move Well Eat Well. (more)

Want a free set of water cups for your early childhood service?

Services that meet the 'Tap into Water Every Day' criterion can recieve a FREE water pack which includes...  (more)

Giggles Early Learning and Stewart Child Care now Award services

First Move Well Eat Well - Early Childhood Award has been achieved by Giggles Early Learning Service at Smithton, congratuations Linda and her team.  Stewart Child Care Service in Launceston has also achieved their Award, congratulations to Lyn Woolley and her team. (more)

Congratulations Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School!

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary school in Devonport becomes the 34th Move Well Eat Well school to be recognised with an Award.   (more)

Move Well Eat Well is working to promote healthy eating and physical activity as a normal and positive part of every child's day.

It is an initiative of the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Service (see About Us) based on extensive and current national and international research.

If your early childhood service or school would like to join Move Well Eat Well click on the Membership forms: early childhood service or primary school 

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 The Move Well Eat Well approach works with the whole early childhood service or primary school community, creating and reinforcing an environment where healthy choices are made easier for children. The aim is to help children aged 0-12 develop healthy habits for life and provide opportunities for optimal learning and development.

While many children enjoy a healthy lifestyle, there are a significant number of Tasmanian children who are missing out on the benefits of healthy eating and physical activity. From January 2012 Move Well Eat Well has been adapted for Tasmanian early childhood education and care services, in particular long day care, family day care and kindergartens.

This website is a resource for early childhood services and primary schools that are taking an organised approach using the key Move Well Eat Well messages  

Currently Move Well Eat Well Member early childhood services and schools are promoting healthy eating and physical activity to over 32,000 Tasmanian children and their families.

Download and print a Move Well Eat Well poster here.