The Up4It aaa Leadership Development Program is a creative and innovative strategy to address the poor attendance rates of Indigenous students in regional and remote communities in Australia. The program supports schools to promote attendance, participation, improved behaviours and achievement of goals for students.


If you’re not familiar with The Watch Gallery yet this is probably a great way for you get the proper introduction – if a brand is making a limited edition for its retailer that stands for something, and with The Watch Gallery it’s not the first time that they collaborate with one of the watchmakers they carry in their stock to deliver an awesome limited edition, only available through their store. In this case we will be talking about their most recent collab (that was just released literally hours ago!) with Hublot – the new version of my personal favourite model from the Classic Fusion line – the skeletonized Chronograph Aerofusion. You’ve definitely seen the original Gold or Titanium versions if you are familiar with Hublot, however the new model features new color as well as material use, with the introduction of a blue-black color-scheme and a ceramic bezel. Still keeping the diameter at 45mm this really is a great mix of elegance and sport in a wristwatch, with some functionality to it :) We’re talking about the chronograph (activated by two pushers on the right) and a date window that you see at 6 o’clock. But really, the skeletonized dial is what makes it so… cool. I love it when every time you look at the watch you discover something new, and there’s very little chance that you’d get bored of it. This Chronograph Aerofusion will be a limited edition of only 25 numbered pieces (at the back of the case), all on semi-mat black alligator leather straps sewn onto black rubber, with a really nice blue stitching. Price of the new model is £12’500 (with tax) and you can see some more info as well as place an order directly at The Watch Gallery Website . Hope you guys enjoyed this review as much as we loved the new limited edition; It was great to shoot it and have some ‘alone time’ with it before all 25 new pieces sold out :) Have a great rest of the day!
The Up4it Leadership Development Program has two modes of delivery:

Remote Community Visits

The Up4it program provides community visits that promote sport, healthy lifestyles, leadership and team development, and works to enhance motivation and self esteem through Indigenous and non-Indigenous role models. The program works in consultation with schools to support attendance, behaviour and engagement in learning strategies.

Prominent community and sports role models deliver workshops, sports coaching and fun filled physical and recreational activities that reinforce positive messages about:

  • Education and Training

  • Healthy Lifestyles

  • Sport and Physical Activity

  • Leadership and Teamwork

Teams of role models deliver engaging sport and educational programs to remote schools and communities in Western Australia’s Pilbara, Kimberley, Goldfields and Midwest regions, the Northern Territory, and at Perth Leadership Camps.

Perth Leadership Camps

The Perth Leadership Camps act as a motivational reward for young Indigenous students in the remote and regional schools to attend school regularly during the year. The consistent visits and participation of locally trained role models reinforces program objectives and keeps community engagement at a peak.


For more information on the Up4it Leadership Development Program or how we can deliver the program in your school, please visit our Up4it Website.


Up4it Leadership Development Program

Stacey Forward
Perth Camp and Community Program
T: 1300 833 904