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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Choose to move



Choose to move is a school-based physical activity program aimed at children in years 4 to 7. The program endeavours to increase student physical activity through structured lessons and unstructured play during the school day. The program is closely aligned with the Department of Education's FUNdamental game strategies (FGS) resource.

Schools that participate in the Choose to move program will be provided with a free sporting equipment pack. Foodbank WA will also support teachers to obtain the FGS activities manual and encourage staff to attend the FGS professional learning workshops.

Foodbank WA intend to roll out this program to all registered school breakfast program schools throughout the state, beginning 2011.

Abstract adapted from Foodbank WA


Foodbank WA Inc.
63 Division Street
Welshpool WA 6106
PO Box 143
Cloverdale WA 6985
Ph: (08) 9258 9277
Fax: (08) 9258 5177

Related publications

Western Australian Department of Education (2011)

Fundamental game strategies (4-7).

Retrieved 2011 from

Fundamental game strategies (4-7) is designed to assist teachers to plan, teach and evaluate effective physical activity programs for students in the middle childhood phase of schooling. The resource can also be used to devise and implement whole school physical activity programs, policies and actions.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 9 December 2011
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