Posts Tagged classroom resources

International Resource Finder – Mentor International

Mentor International’s new International Resource Finder is for anyone working with young people to easily and quickly find materials to help them in their work. This interactive tool features more than 100 evidence-informed resources from a variety of leading organisations across the world committed to drug prevention. We hope that […]

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Alcohol Education Trust resources

The following resources are available free of charge from the Alcohol Education Trust   Online resources A website designed specifically for those teachers and professionals requiring lesson plans, film clips, worksheets and facts on alcohol along with guidance and recommendations for implementing alcohol education under six specific topics: Assessing knowledge Effects […]

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Zones: a board game for young people

The Zones board game was been designed as part of Public Health England’s national youth health campaign, and co-developed with young people. It is aimed at young people aged 11-15 and older, to be played in three teams, each with up to four young people. Teams race around the board, completing […]

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Playing cards – drugs and alcohol

(Click to see larger picture) These decks of playing cards have been produced by the London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum with the support of Mentor, funded by a 400 year old Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards and their charitable arm The Cutler Trust. They carry messages about drugs, alcohol, and staying […]

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Unplugged

What is Unplugged? Unplugged is an evidence-based programme designed to equip young people with specific skills and resources that they need to resist social influences and to support knowledge about drugs and their adverse health consequences. The programme is designed for 12-14 year olds and consists of 12 one-hour units […]

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Alcohol and first aid lesson plan

This lesson plan produced by the Red Cross helps young people not only understand how to put others into the recovery position but have the confidence to put their knowledge into action. “High on the list of life’s social skills worth learning is that of staying alive – and helping others […]

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