Life Education began in Christchurch in 1988 in a static classroom and has evolved to operate three mobile classrooms with four qualified Life Education Educators.
Life Education Trust Canterbury delivers the Life Education programme as far as the Hurunui District through to the Rakaia Region, and reaches up to 20,000 children each year in 80 different primary and intermediate schools in Canterbury.
Being a health resource, Life Education takes children on a journey through five subject strands; self-esteem, food and nutrition, body knowledge, social relationships and substances. Exploring these strands helps them to understand the wonder of their own bodies, and how best to take care of them. We have been active for 30 years, which has given us a proud history in the community and helped our programmes to become respected in the education sector.
Our Trust relies mostly on fundraising activities to deliver the programme in the Canterbury Community each year. We have a number of supporters that help us who are instrumental in our service delivery including our trucking partners who move our classrooms around each school; NZ Express Transport, Hilton Haulage, PBT, Frews, Peter Fletcher Transport, Martin Bruce, Transport Rangiora, Ellesmere Transport and TMC.
If you would like to learn more information on how you can help CLICK HERE.
If you would like to become apart of our "Harold Club" CLICK HERE.
If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Partner CLICK HERE.
A huge thank you to our local sponsors and supporters without whose generosity and support we would be unable to bring Harold and his life lessons to the children of Canterbury.
The Press Run to Remember - Get Out & Give Back!
In 2019, The Press Run to Remember chose Life Education Trust Canterbury as being their charity partner of choice.
Support us by gathering your workplace, sports club, school or whanau and secure a hospitality site at the finish line in Hansen Park.
All funds raised through the booking of corporate sites will directly benefit Life Education Trust, which supports the health and well-being of Canterbury kids.
Find out more about this event here.