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Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an important and necessary part of all pupils' education. All schools should teach PSHE, drawing on good practice...'
Personal, social, health and economic education.'
Government guidance document
The My Drug Use Tool (and the My Drinking Tool, available separately) will allow your workforce to address young people's substance issues in a standardised and consistent way.   Current…
 
The My Drinking Tool (and the My Drug Use Tool, available separately) will allow your workforce to address young people's substance issues in a standardised and consistent way.   Current…
 
Six collectible cards suitable for young people aged 13 and upwards providing key information about the effects, risks and legal status of substances.   These are eye-catching and popular with…
 
Drugs and Me is a structured programme for working one-to-one with young drug users and with small groups.   Each manual comes with 10 recording booklets and a CD-rom.  …
 
HIT's collection of Drug Cards are idea for use in training sessions, each card provides information about one particular drug it's effects, risks, harms, costs, methods of use and the…
 
This resource has been designed to be used by professionals to educate parents or carers who want to know more about alcohol and young people (up to age 16).  …
 

The Stuff On Solvents

The Stuff On Solvents This 16-page booklet, aimed at young people, covers solvent use and includes sections on: what it is brief history of use effects dangers the law top 10 safety tips what the young characters think of solvents where to find more information and get help if needed Part of the 'Stuff on..'…

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