The Camp Quality Puppets, Kylie, Dean and Mel, visit primary schools and pre-schools across Australia. They perform a fun, interactive show that dispels cancer myths and creates an inclusive community for children who have been diagnosed with cancer or have a diagnosed parent or sibling.
The Primary School Cancer Education Program also offers access to a range of age-appropriate, downloadable resources for teachers and parents to keep the discussion going well after the puppets have left the stage.
In 2018, the Primary School Cancer Education Program celebrated reaching 5 million audience members, making this program one of the longest-running, most successful performance education programs in Australia. An independent review by KPMG in 2020, showed that for every $1 spent on the Primary School Education Program there is a $5 social return on investment. Our Primary School Cancer Education Program has performed to over 607,000 students at almost 4,000 schools in the past five years.