16+ Ice Breakers

Resources: 16+ (KS5)

Short film clips to use as ice breakers or to promote discussion

BBC Learning – Four young people, whose lives have been dramatically affected by drinking too much alcohol, tell their stories

BBC Alan's Story

Alan’s story

BBC Anna's Story

Anna’s story

BBC Emily's Story

Emily’s story

BBC Jordan's Story

Jordan’s story

Don’t be that someone (Drink Drive -morning after) 2012

Viral video to tackle alcohol related violence in young adults (Warwickshire police)

Educational video on sticking together Dorset Police

Drink spiking: Southampton student recounts experience

Network Rail – video warning passengers of the dangers of being drunk at rail stations

Consent is as simple as tea

Alcohol it’s no joke Russell Kane

This film clip shows real footage of an adult driving and then crashing whilst over the legal drink drive limit. This may be suitable to show to sixth formers to demonstrate how reactions/coordination/hazard perception and speed are affected by alcohol

 

Anti-binge drinking commercial (North Sydney Technical and Further Education Institute)

Don’t leave your brain at home

Staying out of trouble (Dorset Police)

UK Government public information film about binge drinking – Male (2008)

UK Government public information film about binge drinking – Female (2008)

London Ambulance Service campaign  – Not An Ambulance – A lot of the people we go to don’t need an ambulance on blue lights – they just need their friends to get them home safely and help them sober up.

 

Face The Consequences – Binge Drinking

Four binge drinkers come face to face with the potentially devastating consequences of their actions.

Posted by BBC Three on Wednesday, 20 June 2018

BBC Three series Face The Consequences shows a man who broke his back on an alcohol-fuelled night confronting four young binge drinkers about their dangerous drinking. Will his story change their habits?