Teacher News

Launch of SEN lesson plans

We are thrilled to have fully updated our SEN resources into 4 PowerPoint lesson plans and guidance using emojis, pictures and stories. You can download these resources here. Although expertly designed for children with moderate learning needs, you may choose to use...

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Exciting competition for 15-19 year olds!

We are challenging 15-19 year olds to produce a poster or film on alcohol awareness topics. This is a perfect activity to keep young people busy during lockdown and ideal for a homework task! There will be a prize of £150 for the best entry in each category and four...

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AET launches case study films on ‘Alcohol and the Law’

We were thrilled to launch two new films of case studies for older students during Alcohol Awareness Week. In the films, two young criminal litigation lawyers from Kinglsey Napley LLP consider important case studies around alcohol. In the first film, they talk through...

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Publication of RSHE Implementation Guidance from the DfE

New guidance has been released by The DfE for Relationship, Sex and Health Education and can be read here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/teaching-about-relationships-sex-and-health The guidance mirrors the Alcohol Education Trust Charity ethos, whereby, DfE states that...

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All new PowerPoints now available

We are delighted to announce that we have launched a set of six comprehensive and ready-to-use lessons with accompanying PowerPoints for KS3. These follow extensive piloting by schools and peer review, are carefully mapped to the new RSHE guidance and we are confident...

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Is Health Education still mandatory from September?

The statutory requirement to provide RSHE education is still in place from September, and schools should continue to prepare for this date where possible. However, due to the coronavirus and closures, schools who are not in a position to implement fully from September...

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We are here to support you

We have been amazed at how wonderfully quickly schools and organisations have adapted to providing virtual lessons and engaging activities and resources on line for children while they are at home in addition to supporting key worker and vulnerable children in school...

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