To prevent child deaths from unintentional injury and reduce the severity of unintentional injury to children aged 0-14 years
To take a leadership role in child injury prevention through education, research, advocacy and strategic partnerships
Services We Offer
Kidsafe NSW recognises the importance of gardening with children to build life skills, inspire creativity, grow and harvest food, role model safe practices and a respect for nature.
'Grow me safely' was developed to provide information for educators, parents and carers to engage children in gardening activities.
The information provided is supported by injury data and statistics.
Gardening with children is promoted in the National Quality Framework for Education and Care Services, and the NSW Primary Syllabus.
- This website was jointly funded by the 2011 NSW Young Horticulturist of the Year Award (coordinated by the Australian Institute of Horticulture on behalf of the Ryde Horticulture Students Fund) and Kidsafe NSW.
- Lesley Saddington - Australian Institute of Horticulture
- Anthony Curry - Australian Institute of Horticulture
- Barbara Wiecek - NSW Herbarium
- Jessica Whittick - Environmental Scientist
- Anthony Kachenko - Nursery and Garden Industry Association
- NSW Poisons Information Centre
- QLD Poisons Information Centre
- VIC Poisons Information Centre
- Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit
- Qld Injury Surveillance Unit
- Neuroscience Research Australia
- Children's Services Central
- NSW Family Day Care Association
- Belinda Wallis - Queensland Children’s Medical Research Institute