Nurturing healthy hearts in primary schools for one incredible cause..

Life-long benefits

Sitting less and being active for 60 minutes or more each day has plenty of health benefits for primary-aged children. Research suggests that active children are more likely to become active and healthy adults, with a lower risk of developing preventable diseases, including heart disease, stroke and some cancers.

How to get involved

Are you keen for your child's school to run Jump Rope for Heart?

Register your school

Reach out to your teacher and ask them to register your school.

Students sign up online

Then record your skipping and access skipping videos.

Raise funds online

Share your fundraising page with family and friends, and collect donations online.

Celebrate your success

Celebrate your school’s success on your Jump Off Day.

Is your school already involved? 

Register your child

What's involved for parents

Schools typically run the Jump Rope for Heart program for 6 to 8 weeks, which includes the launch to students, regular skipping activities each week and their final Jump Off Day. They will also likely organise other health-related lessons and activities.

For parents, you will need to help by registering your child online which will allow them to log skipping minutes, seek donations online and access skipping videos so they can teach themselves more skipping tricks.

Saving Australian hearts

More than 580,000 Australians live with the painful impact of heart disease today. You might know and love someone whose life has been impacted by heart disease. When primary school kids join Jump Rope for Heart, they help to improve their own heart health, while raising money to support lifesaving heart disease research.

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Thank you prizes

We've got the coolest prizes to thank you for your awesome fundraising efforts!

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Has your school signed up? If not download this and share it with your child's school.