In a first forWestfield's Shop For Your School campaign,Westfieldand Channel 7 are teaming up to present a national Shop For Your School prize.

One lucky primary school in Australia will win a sensational school makeover by the Better Homes and Gardens team which will be televised on an upcoming episode later in the year. This will be the biggest makeover Better Homes and Gardens have ever done, encompassing the classrooms, playground and even the canteen!

Shop For Your School is an enormously successful community campaign and during the past five years, has provided 1500 primary schools and 530,000 kids with over $9 million in educational technology.

Michelle Vanzella,Westfield's General Manager Marketing said, "This year will be bigger and better with one primary school winning the national makeover prize while remaining schools will share over $2.4 million worth of educational technology prizes."

The educational products are still a key prize component to improve resources available to schools.Westfieldhas again partnered with Apple and Lexmark and has a brand new partner Panasonic. Together they will be providing prizes including iBooks, data projectors, electronic whiteboards, laser printers and digital video cameras.

Better Homes and Gardens isAustralia's Number One lifestyle programme and together host Johanna Griggs and the team (Graham Ross, Dr Harry Cooper, Rob Palmer, Jason Hodges, Ed Halmagyi, Tara Dennis and Karen Martini) present inspirational home, garden and kitchen ideas, celebrity guest stories and better living stories.

The Channel 7 and Westfield partnership for 'Shop For Your School' will be integrated into various Channel 7 programs including Sunrise and Pacific Magazines' New Idea and Better Homes and Gardens.

Better Homes and Gardens executive producer Craig Walsh says "Better Homes and Gardens is proud to joinWestfieldin such a great event that gets parents and communities involved with schools and improving our kid's educations."
"Shop For Your School is a hugely successful community program and this year we wanted to take the campaign to the next level by offering a money-can't-buy opportunity. Channel 7 is the perfect partnership, with a popular program to incorporate a school makeover and a full suite of exposure across broadcast and print media," continued Vanzella.

Shop For Your School commences on 16 May 2006.