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Here in Queensland, from the remote far north and west, to metropolitan parts of Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan and the Gold Coast, and everywhere in between, the Life Ed program is a vital part of growing up for tens of thousands of children.

We’ve always worked in partnership with parents, schools and teachers, believing that it takes a community to raise a child, but now more than ever, parents are seeking support in their journey to raise healthy and happy children.

So, we’ve teamed up with some of the nation’s most respected experts on children’s health, nutrition, emotional wellbeing, bullying and cybersafety to provide a series of podcasts that are packed with advice and practical tools on how to deal with the big issues confronting parents and children today.

From raising resilient kids and dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic – to confronting bullying and cybersafety – and tips on healthy living, the Life Education podcasts and other resources are about supporting your parenting journey and delving deeper into the subjects and issues of greatest concern to you as parents and carers.

So, grab a cup of coffee, put in your headphones and settle back to enjoy the Life Education podcast series.

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We provide vital health and wellbeing education to children from the early years through to secondary school, providing them with the skills they need to stay healthy and safe.

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In partnership with parents and teachers, we support and enhance the health and wellbeing messages being taught at home and in the classroom.

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The vital health and wellbeing knowledge and skills provided by our programs support the decrease in disease and deaths caused by unsafe lifestyle choices.

Meet our host

Tracey Challenor is a journalist, presenter and media adviser with 30 years’ experience. After starting out as a newspaper journalist, she joined the Seven Network and rose through the ranks to become a senior reporter and weekend newsreader. As a journalist, Tracey travelled Australia covering breaking news, and stories on tourism, rural issues, health, education and politics. As a newsreader, she covered some of the biggest stories of the day and presented election specials and other network programs. Throughout her career, Tracey has been an ambassador for Lifeline and various children’s charities. As Life Education Queensland’s media manager, Tracey is delighted to be part of a passionate team whose mission is to educate and empower children to have a safe and healthy future.