Improving the health and well being of children is an important of achieving the highest possible educational outcomes for our students.
Radiant Life College has a strong partnership the Mamu Health Service which is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation owned and managed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to provide culturally appropriate primary health care programs for Aboriginal people and communities in Innisfail and surrounding districts.
Mamu Health Service provides regular health checks for all our students through their “Deadly Choices” program. The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health developed the Deadly Choices brand with accompanying merchandise in 2009 as a tool to promote healthy lifestyle choices and prevent chronic disease amongst the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander population in south-east Queensland. The ‘Institute’ have since partnered with the Brisbane Broncos Rugby League club and have NRL legend Sam Thaiday as a Deadly Choices ambassador. Other programs Mamu Health Service provide include assisting our kitchen staff with healthy and tasty recipe ideas for student lunches. Cooking classes to teach parents healthy and affordable meal ideas.
The Tabernacle of Yeshua Church Youth Leaders has been partnering with our school to deliver after school program services from the main auditorium centre since 2014.
The youth program is a creative outlet which has been operating with many local youths. Youth Program will directly communicate with the families who completed the survey providing information on the enrolment process.
If you would like to know more about our Youth Program, please contact Trent Baptiste on
0468 821 450.