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Love Your Body Week for Schools

Love Your Body Week aims to promote positive body image in all Australians by celebrating body confidence! It is Butterfly’s largest annual awareness campaign supported by Sportsgirl. It’s prevention focused so is suitable, fun and engaging for young people. Even better, it’s FREE to participate!


A massive thank you to the 260 SCHOOLS and youth organisations who participated in Love Your Body Week this September.

As a result of your fantastic efforts an estimated 28,000 YOUNG PEOPLE will have received body esteem education.

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We would love to make Love Your Body Week 2018 even bigger and better so we are very keen to hear about your experiences this year.  You can access our feedback survey HERE.

Register for 2018!

To register your interest in Love Your Body Week for Schools 2018 contact: or (02) 8456 3908.

For further information on how Butterfly Education can support your school community here.

Got a Question?

Butterfly Education is here is answer any questions about this initiative.

Contact Helen Bird on: or (02) 8456 3908

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Worried about a friend or someone you care about?

It can be extremely difficult raising the subject of eating disorders with a friend or loved one. To be supportive one needs to learn what to say and what not to say.  


We can help you with knowing when to talk to your friend and what to say. ›

Concerned parents & carers

Communicating your concern with your child about eating and dieting behaviour can be extremely difficult. Butterfly offers a range of services that can provide you with skills and information related to communicating with your child.  


We can help you with recognising issues and what to do. ›

Teachers & Professionals Working with Young People

Teachers and those working with young people are often the first to become aware of dis-ordered eating behaviours.  Butterfly Education provides early intervention and prevention skills for professionals working with young people. 

We have a range of advice & resources ›