The Department of Education has partnered with The Embrace Collective to provide teachers and schools with a suite of free, age-appropriate programs and resources to help school children appreciate their bodies.
When we get in early to teach the message of positive body image, we can minimise their lifetime risk of issues like eating disorders, depression and anxiety. Find out more at The Embrace Collective.
If you’d like all our programs and resources delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for the Embrace Kids Support Squad – a free service for educators and parents to support young people on their Embrace journey.
As a member of the EK Support Squad, you will receive access to the body image programs and resources, including the Embrace Kids Classroom Program, as well as regular tips and advice from experts.
Body Blocks by Embrace Kids is here! Early childhood educators, sign up below to get this ground-breaking program delivered straight to your inbox. These engaging, easy-to-use modules will show you how you can help your kids build a positive relationship
with food, movement and their bodies – for life.
The program includes:
Embrace Kids isn’t just for early learners – we’re here to help young people of all ages learn to appreciate and be kind to their bodies. And we’re here to help the adults around them too!
The EK Support Squad is your way to make sure you get all available body image programs and resources – as well as regular tips and advice from our experts – delivered to your inbox for free. The Body Blocks resource pack includes posters, classroom handouts and more.
Body Blocks by Embrace Kids is a groundbreaking new program for early childhood educators that aims to prevent body image issues in young people by getting in early with messages of body appreciation.
Engaging, evidence-based resources for Australian students. The Embrace Kids film is available free to all primary and secondary schools through the Embrace Kids classroom program.
Targeted to Years 5 to 6 and Years 7 to 8, the program aligns to the Western Australian curriculum and includes 5 lessons that begins with a section of the Embrace Kids film (rated G).
The film segments are edited for a classroom setting and each module is supported by activities and workshops that are evidence-based.
Engaging, evidence-based resources for Australian students.
The Embrace Sport Playbook is a free and practical guide designed to promote better body image within community sports across Australia. It specifically aims to support parents, coaches and administrators to create sporting club cultures to prevent young people dropping out of sports and other physical activity because they feel judgement, shame and embarrassment about their bodies within their sport.
This national initiative from The Embrace Collective, the health promotion charity run by 2023 Australian of the Year Taryn Brumfitt and international body image expert Dr Zali Yager, is a practical resource, drawn from the latest research and evidence, that empowers clubs and coaches to create safe, supportive and inclusive environments for all participants, especially young people.
A practical guide to building better body image in community sport.