Honeywood Primary school attended the SDERA conference earlier in the year.
One of the sessions explained about applying for a grant through CHAT.
CHAT offers intensive, step-by-step support to develop a best practice whole-school approach to resilience, drug and road safety education. It provides opportunity to examine the broader, holistic notion of student wellbeing. Consultancy advice, easy to use resources, professional learning and financial assistance are available as part of the program.
The application form was completed and sent off to CHAT (Changing Health Acting Together). I have attached a portion of the grant that states what we are applying for.
We will now patiently wait to see if we have been successful.
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James (Your Move)
Good work Danielle - it's nice to see you hope to deck out your “Wheels on Wednesday” bike and scooter track. What does the track consist of at the moment?Report comment
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Thanks James. Currently our track is just a direction that all the students follow around the centre of our school. We are looking forward to having a crosswalk and stop signs.Report comment