Posts Tagged secondary

Video: planning Y9 lesson with the help of Y10s

A Group of Year 10 students discuss in a focus group what they know about alcohol and what they think should be taught to Year 9s about alcohol. The teachers then use the pupils’ input to plan and teach a lesson.

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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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PSHE Association Programme of Study

The Government’s PSHE education review concluded in March 2013, stating that the subject would remain non-statutory and that no new programmes of study would be published. The DfE has however stated as part of its National Curriculum guidance that ‘All schools should make provision for personal, social, health and economic […]

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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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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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Drugs: Guidance for Schools

This 2004 guidance from DfES has  been superseded by the 2012 DfE and ACPO drug advice for schools. However, it still contains much useful advice.

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