Sun Safety - Coggle Diagram
Sun Safety Politics at St Anthony's
Inform parents of the SunSafe policy.
Encourage children to use shade when possible.
Include shade in the school grounds
Encourage all teachers and staff to act as positive role models in regards to SunSafe behaviour.
All students and staff wear hats that protect the face, neck and ears when outdoors
All Students and teachers have access to Sun Screen
‘No Hat, No Play’ policy
Encourage children to apply SPF 15 or higher before leaving for school or before going outdoors
Students are to wear hats and other sun protection especially during PE, swimming, lunch breaks and excursions.
Sun Safety strategies in Queensland Australia
Schools are required to supply SPF 30+ broad spectrum water based sunscreen for the students
Students are to apply sunscreen on uncovered areas of the skin when attending all outdoor activities.
The School presents educational programs on sun safety and how to prevent it
Schools maximise the use of available shade for outdoor activities
Requires students to wear protective clothing such as hats
Reference: The State of Queensland (Department of Education) 2021 Queensland Government. (3 November 2020). Sun safety strategies. Queensland Government - Education.
Goes to St Anthony's at Kedron
In primary school
In grade 5 or 6
Sun Safety Ideas
Re-designing the uniform into sun safe clothes
Sunscreen stations posted around the school
Interactive Game on iPad, white board, projector etc
Re-designing the playground/oval/ spare school playing space