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supports a school or organisation with a 100 page teacher workbook of guidance, lesson plans, activities and worksheets, plus picture and story led resources for children with moderate learning difficulties.. They are further supported with on line, phone and email support and our bi-termly newsletters.
supports a year group in a school with information leaflets for parents on talking to their kids about alcohol. Together with the dedicated parent area via www.alcoholeducationtrust.org
supports year group in a school receiving information leaflets on ‘alcohol and you’ supported with the on line learning zone www.talkaboutalcohol.com
supports a dedicated teacher training session on alcohol for a group of teachers, PSHE leads community leaders. £150 for a familiarisation session, £300 for full CPD training.
supports a parent evening in school, or organisation on talking to your kids about alcohol
If you would like to be involved with the Alcohol Education Trust as a volunteer, or would like to recommend the resources to a UK school (11–18 year-old target) then get in touch. You may like to be considered as a presenter for the parental outreach, or are a Governor or PTA member. Please do contact email@example.com.
I used the AET Teacher Workbook for lesson plans and materials for the LEAF Alcohol Programme last year. I used this resource with all of Year 8 over the period of four lessons and with Year 9 over two lessons.
I found the resource easy to use. The layout is clear and there is an option to use the worksheets as they stand or to adapt them to meet the needs of your class. The suggested activities also have scope to fit in with the needs of your class and can easily be changed as questions and issues arise. I liked the flexibility of this.
The resource allowed me to feel confident when delivering these lessons as it is backed up with evidence and statistics. I found my students liked having the facts. It also used language that my students understood and allowed me to feel sure that I was giving the correct information.
The links to the website mean that the resource is ‘live’ and can be kept current. This is essential for any PSHE resource. I would recommend this resource to other teachers. Christ the King College