Award School Success


Congratulations to the below schools for achieving the Move Well Eat Well Award!

These schools are making healthy eating and physical activity a normal and enjoyable part of every child's day.

Read about how these Award schools continue to have success with the Program:


  • Albuera Street Primary School has a whole school Walk-a-thon every year where all students, teachers and many parents walk to a local park.

  • Burnie Primary School runs a non-food fundraiser every couple of years selling bulbs. Find out more here.

  • Goodwood Primary School provide healthy, tasty food for students at school events. Frozen orange segments have been popular at the school disco.

  • Goulburn Street Primary School have a 'Leading the Way' program that allows senior students to lead a daily physical activity program and the school canteen. Find out more.

  • Hillcrest Primary School have included a fruit, vegie and water break for all students at all school events such as the athletics carnival.

  • Invermay Primary School has Aussie Sports Leaders run daily physical activities during lunch times for students.

  • Kempton Primary School has combined Move Well Eat Well and their Mind Matters Program to create their own 'Healthy Mind, Health Body' program. Find out more here.

  • Latrobe Primary School participated in Walktober in 2011 by running their own 'Amazing Race'. Find out more here.

  • Lauderdale Primary School has been running 'Snack Shots' where classes have taken it in turns to provide healthy snacks at the school canteen. Find out more here.

  • The Launceston Preparatory School ran a wrapper free lunch challenge and incorporated it into class maths. Find out more here.

  • Lindisfarne Primary School worked with the School Association to design and equip a range of outdoor play areas for students. Find out more here.

  • Miandetta Primary School has used fruit hampers as a healthy fundraiser. Find out more here.

  • Mount Stuart Primary School has a fun and inclusive daily fitness program. Find out more here.

  • Railton Primary School provides a booklet called 'Lunch Box Ideas at a Glance' to all new families to encourage parents and carers to pack healthy lunches.

  • Rosetta Primary School sold Easter Buns as a fundraiser. Find out more here.

  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School (New Town) ran a Walking School bus every Friday during the month of October for Walktober.

  • Sandy Bay Infant School has a fruit and vegetable garden on the school grounds where students participate in growing, maintaining and consuming produce.

  • Sheffield School recently sold hot potato wedges as a fundraiser at a school BBQ. Find out more here.

  • South Arm Primary School ran a fundraiser with the local RSL to raise funds for fridges to be put in each class - to keep water bottles and lunches cool. Find out more here.

  • St Josephs Catholic Primary School has a 'Sweet-free Reward' policy where teachers give non-food rewards rather than lollies.

  • St Peter Chanel Catholic School have developed their own Move Well Eat Well brochure for families. Find out more here.