As part of this focus, WentWest along with a variety of community organsiations work together to deliver Thrive@5 in Doonside – a place based early childhood intervention program aimed at improving Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) scores in Doonside (a suburb of Blacktown).
Thrive@5 in Doonside runs Mini Tots Soccer and Story and Rhyme Time during school term 1 and 4 at Doonside Cottage.
Doonside’s free kids soccer program will kick off Friday 25 October for term 4 from 9:30am to 11:00am
Please see the flyer for the full term 4 dates.
To find out more about Thrive@5 in Doonside contact: Blacktown Area Community Services on 9626 5312 or visit bacc.org.au/programs/mini-tots-soccer/
Feeding into both national and local health initiatives for the Primary Health Network is a focus toward enhanced childhood immunisation rates and full completion of the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule. Since 2011, WentWest has facilitated its Immunisation Bike Competition, a region wide initiative encouraging childhood immunisation in partnership with local practices. The annual competition runs from October through to January each year.