The Life Ed Qld program has reached more than 1.5 million Queensland students over the past 30 years, empowering children to make safe and healthy choices. Our iconic mobile learning centres – sometimes referred to as Healthy Harold vans – are synonymous with the program. With 20 mobile classrooms around the state, chances are you have seen the familiar Life Ed van in your local school or community.
As well as being the home of Healthy Harold, the custom-built mobile learning centres are equipped with state-of-the-art 3D technology and resources, enabling our team of educators to deliver our early learning and primary health education programs in the most engaging and impactful way.
The Life Edu program aims to empower children and young people to make safer and healthier choices through education. See what parents and students have to say.
Jump into an immersive learning experience in the Life Ed mobile learning centre. Also known as the Healthy Harold van, see why students love learning with us.
The van features enough room to hold a class of students, a smart screen for added visuals, surround sound system to immerse learners, and integrates a variety of experiences and activities for students. In fact, a visit to the Life Ed van has grown to be a rite of passage for thousands of students during their years of early learning and primary school.
Students are actively involved in the learning process with interactive activities, group challenges and games, designed to get students thinking about what they are learning. The mobile learning centre is also a safe space to ask questions and learn among peers.
Life Ed Qld surveyed more than 4,000 Queensland teachers for the 2020 Teacher Feedback: Primary Health Education Program survey. Not only did 99.25% of Queensland teachers recommend their school re-book Life Ed, here are a few other things they had to say: