Department of Health & Human Services
Premiers Active April
Premier’s Active April gives Early Learning Centres the chance to encourage kids to remain active at home during April!
Registration for children and educators is easy. Once registered you can then create teams – either for individual classes or one team for your whole Early Learning Centre.
Team members will be able to view each other’s progress when users log in.
Parents are encouraged to register their children and then join the Early Learning Centre’s team that’s been created by the educator. Alternatively, the educator can register children on the parent or guardian’s behalf.
Children under 12 are not required to enter an email address. The parent or guardian should follow these steps.
While we recommend children be registered separately, in some cases it’s necessary for the teacher to register children into their account.
Get started and register here today!
Teachers can create a team for their individual class or their whole early learning centre.
You can do this from:
Follow these simple steps:
Please note: You can only create a maximum of 5 virtual teams and join a total of 10 teams.
All team members will be able to view the team’s activity log and total time tracked in the Tracker page once they’ve logged in.
Got a question about getting your Early Learning Centre involved in Premiers Active April? You’ll most likely find the answer below.
If you have any other questions about registration, tracking activity or virtual teams that are not covered below please visit our FAQs page. If you still have questions or require help, please Contact Us.
Yes, but we recommend the parents or guardians Register their children (this is required for children under 12 years old). Parents or guardians can log in as each family member, and have the child saved in their account for next year.
Alternatively, teachers can register students if they have parental consent. See the ‘Child registered by a teacher’ section in the How to Register page.
All children under 12 years of age should have parental consent before they sign up for Active April.
As a teacher, you can Download the Active April Early Learning Centre Consent Form (DOCX, 81 KB, 2p), print it out and give it to parents along with the Download the Active April Information for Parents Flyer (PDF, 2MB, 2pp). Parents can then register their child at home and request to join the team created by the educator.
That’s okay. They can still join an Early Learning Centre virtual team. See above for “How do students join an Early Learning Centre team?”
It’s easy. Once a teacher has registered and created a team in the mobile or web app, they’ll be able to see the activity for all children in the team and the team as a whole from the Tracker page. This will be a great way to motivate parents and their children from your Early Learning Centre to get involved in Active April, and in particular to keep up their physical activity whilst at home.
Yes, if the team as a whole complete the activity! The Tracker allows the Team Owner (usually the teacher) to add activity for the whole team. Go to the Tracker and when adding your activity, simply tick the box that asks ‘Tick if you completed this activity with others to add time to your team mate’s trackers.’
You can track your Early Learning Centre’s activity levels from the Active April mobile or web app.
Simply Log In from your smartphone, tablet or computer and click the ‘Track Activity’ button from the Dashboard. It’s a really easy way to see how you’re going, track your own and your team’s activity and encourage each other to get even more active. This year, we’ve made it easier than ever to track your workouts with the Activity Timer or simply sync the app with your Fitbit.
Tracking activity in the tracker is not mandatory. However, logging your activity will help you achieve online trophies and Prizes as you reach certain milestones for the number of days you have completed at least 30 minutes of activity.
Participants must track their daily activity in the mobile or web app to achieve online trophies. The first activity trophy is for tracking 5 days – so set yourself, your class and your friends the challenge and see how many days and trophies you can collect.
When you’ve logged 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 days with 30 minutes of activity or more, you’ll get a notification in the mobile or web app that trophies are available to view in your Trophy Cabinet to then print out.
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