We support school communities through classroom sessions, professional development opportunities and parent symposiums.
A Whole of School Approach
We work alongside school communities to provide age-appropriate education that supports their existing Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum.
We aim to equip young people with the information they need to stay safe and make informed decisions about alcohol and other drugs, starting from grade 5, all the way up to University.
All school education sessions are evidence-based and aligned with the best-practice principles of drug education.
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Our small-group interactive classroom sessions equip young people with opportunities to ask questions and learn about the risks and potential harms caused by alcohol and other drugs.
All education sessions are aligned with the best-practice principles of drug education.
What Works in Drug Education
Designed with principals, teachers, and school health nurses in mind, this training provides the information and resources needed to increase capacity for independent delivery of alcohol and other drug education.
Youth-specific Brief Intervention training sessions are also available for school staff.
Studies show that most young Australians refer to their carers and guardians when seeking information about important topics.
Providing your school community with a parent forum or symposium will help to alleviate carer's concerns, while connecting them to the information and support they need.