Be Well Learn Well

Funded through the Queensland Department of Education, CheckUP - in partnership with Gidgee Healing and the Apunipima Cape York Health Council - leads a strong, effective consortium to deliver targeted allied health services to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student developmental needs in remote state schools across Queensland.

 

                   

 

  

  • About the Program

    About the Program

    The Be Well Learn Well program (BWLW) is a Department of Education program. CheckUP, in partnership with Gidgee Healing and the Apunipima Cape York Health Council, leads a strong, effective consortium to deliver targeted allied health services to support...

  • Participating Schools

    Participating Schools

    There are eight schools participating in the BWLW program. These include: 1. Northern Peninsula Area State College, Bamaga QLD (since April 2017); Bamaga Junior Campus Senior Campus Injinoo Junior Campus 2. Aurukun State School, Aurukun, QLD (since April...

  • For BWLW Allied Health Providers

    For BWLW Allied Health Providers

  • For BWLW Participating Schools

    For BWLW Participating Schools

  • Resources and Useful Links

    Resources and Useful Links

  • For further information

    For further information, please contact: Elise Gorman Business Lead Schools CheckUP Email: egorman@checkup.org.au Phone: 07 3105 8300 Anthony Mehan Business Coordinator Schools CheckUP Email: amehan@checkup.org.au Phone: 07 3105 8300

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