As well as the successful launch of the SHAW UP (Student Health and Wellbeing) Program, our visiting facilitator and educator, Pete Slattery ran several other session at the school and in the Health and Wellbeing office for the participants and supporters. This program is designed to build understanding and confidence around health and wellbeing for the SHAW UP Ambassadors, with a focus around alcohol and other drug harm prevention.
Below is a photo of Pete and some of the participants in action. He returns in late May to run more sessions and for the graduation event. In the meantime participants, with the help of supporters, will work on their projects.
Thanks to everyone involved, it is a great example of intergenerational engagement and people coming together to work on an important area in health promotion.