Department of Health & Human Services
Premiers Active April


Premier’s Active April gives schools the chance to help students have fun, get more active and share in some great prizes!

In this section, you can learn How to Register for Active April as both a student or teacher, as well as how to create School Teams. There are some awesome Benefits to getting your school involved this year and we have plenty of School Resources to help you make it your most active April ever. We’ve covered many FAQs here, but please Contact Us if you have further questions.

  • Benefits
  • How to Register
  • School Teams
  • School Resources
  • School FAQs

School Benefits

Schools play an important role in shaping the health and wellbeing of young Victorians. We are committed to making it easier for you to motivate your community to move more, too.

Just by listing your school when you register as a teacher or student you’ll automatically increase your school’s chance of winning great prizes. All Victorian primary and secondary schools that register for Premier’s Active April have a chance to win. This year registered schools also have access to the Get Active Workout videos that include helpful advice on how to get active with the kids during the school holidays.

Many school prizes are allocated to categories based on school size, according to school enrolment in 2020. The categories are:

  • Small Schools: 1 – 349 students
  • Medium Schools: 350 – 749 students
  • Large Schools: 750 students or more


This year we’ve introduced prize categories for schools within six regions across the state – Barwon South West, Grampians, Loddon Mallee, Gippsland, Hume and Melbourne metro.

The school with highest number of registrations lodged before midnight on 31 March 2020 in each of the six regions across three categories of small, medium and large will win a special visit from a VIS athlete between 20 and 30 April 2020.


The most active school in each of the six regions during Active April will win a $1,200 Rebel Sport voucher!

At midnight on 30 April 2020, the total activity tracked by all students and teachers within each school will be tallied across six zones of Victoria. To determine the most active school in each zone, this total is divided by the number of people who tracked their activity within the school to get the highest average activity across all schools in that region.

*Terms and Conditions apply to all offers and prizes. All prize winners will be informed via email by 30 May 2020, if not beforehand.

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