Primary school resources
You gotta be SunSmart
The classic 'Slip Slop Slap' message has been given a fresh update by actor, entertainer and Playschool favourite Jay Laga'aia
If you could see UV what might it look like? If you don't use sun protection, what might you look like in the future?
Download the augmented reality app to show you what your skin could look like if you don’t protect it in the sun
Online sun protection learning modules, developed by Cancer Council WA, for educators and school nurses. Suitable for year five and upwards.
Skin (song by Allan Caswell)
Written by Allan Caswell (who has kindly allowed Cancer Council to share with schools and services), this upbeat song 'Skin' has a focus on tolerance (and sun protection!).
Download audio and lyrics from the SunSmart site
Sid the Seagull sings Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek, Slide
The new look Sid the Seagull sings about five sun protection steps to help keep your skin healthy.
Sun protection times
Even when it's cool or overcast, the sun's UV can still be damaging. The free SunSmart app and widget indicates daily local sun protection times, weather and temperature. The sun protection times are a forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology for the time of day UV levels are forecast to reach 3 or higher. At these levels, sun protection is recommended for all skin types. The app also features a sun protection reminder and sunscreen calculator.
Kidskin School Sun Safety Resources
Kidskin resources offer primary school teachers prepared activities and programs to enhance sun protection education. They are student-centred, interactive and fun. There are different resources depending on the grade.
Explore resources for early, middle and upper Primary
Find out more about sun safety