This is workshop is supported by WA Health Promoting Schools Association in partnership with AHPA.
This workshop is for those working in school health (e.g. health professionals and teachers) who are interested in innovative ways of integrating school health and education. The workshop will provide insight into the challenges and facilitators in developing healthy whole school environments, aiming to equip students with life-long healthy habits that have a positive influence on learning.
Keren Caple, Chief Executive (Australia New Zealand), Innovation Unit
Keren leads Innovation Unit Australia New Zealand. Keren focuses on the Unit’s strategy and impact in the Asia Pacific region and their education work globally. She currently works with the Departments of Education and Associations of Independent Schools in Western Australia and New South Wales redesigning learning and schooling. Keren also co-leads work with Goodstart Early Learning developing new models of early learning and care at scale across Australia.
Keren is deeply committed to supporting people and communities to really thrive, beginning with their early education and care and continuing with their learning and wellbeing throughout their lives. To achieve this Keren works with communities, organisations, foundations and whole systems and sectors to create fundamental change in ‘the way things are done’. By maintaining a focus on both the lives of the people involved and the learning experience of leaders and indeed all professionals who work to make a difference, Keren’s work creates the conditions in which real change can happen.
Date: 12 May 2020
Venue: Pan Pacific Perth
Time: 12.45pm – 4.15pm including afternoon tea
Cost: AHPA, PHAA and WA Health Promoting Schools Association members - $80
Non-members - $100