We are able to offer the following resources free of charge to schools and some organisations:
- The Talk About Alcohol workbook is fully mapped to DfE requirements and contains 100 pages of ready to deliver PowerPoints with full guidance, lesson plans, games and activities (organised by topic and year group). You can download a copy via Download Teacher Workbook or request a printed copy from firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘Alcohol and You’ guide for young people (14+) including top tips and advice on staying safe around alcohol. Alcohol and you. Printed copies via email@example.com .
- ‘Talking to Kids’ parent guide including helpful advice and information on topic including units, guidelines, the effects of alcohol and the law. Parent guide. Printed copies via firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Activity Box of games and activities using colours and pictures including laminated activity cards and the BAFTA-winning ‘Just a Few Drinks’ films. Thanks to grant funding, this is free of charge for those working with children who are looked after or have additional learning needs.
- Six fully planned lessons including accompanying PowerPoints for KS3. These lessons help ensure high-quality, effective alcohol education lessons with minimal planning requirements: Download Lesson Plans
- Four fully planned lessons including PowerPoints especially designed for pupils with SEN: Download Picture and story led activities.
- Lessons for ages 16+ looking at cannabis and alcohol, please contact email@example.com to request these.
- www.alcoholeducationtrust.org which offers a wealth of excellent resources organised by topic and year group.
- www.talkaboutalcohol.com is a young people-facing online learning zone including fun and engaging activities and games such as an on-line nightclub. The site allows pupils to learn to make safe choices around alcohol in an interactive way.
For further information and to order any of the resources above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we ask some organisations and independent schools to make a modest contribution towards our resources.