The Alcohol Education Trust still have funds to support schools and settings supporting children with a high percentage of SEN or looked after children with our wonderful sets of games and activities, one to one discussion cards, higher harm pictures and more. Please email Kate if you think you are eligible via email@example.com
The Alcohol Education Trust were delighted to be finalists in the 2019 Education Resources Awards and to have scooped Highly Commended in the secondary resource with ICT category.
This follows on from the Highly Commended award made for their ‘Talk about Alcohol’ Teacher Workbook in 2017 from ERA in addition to a number of other awards and Impact Awards including from The Early Intervention Foundation and European Platform for Investing in Children.
Alcohol Education Trust offers a vast and comprehensive range of resources for teachers, health professionals and parents clearly organised by topic and year group including films, games and lesson plans. You can find information on topics such as units, guidelines, the risks associated with alcohol and the law and sign up for AET’s informative bi-termly teacher and/or parent newsletter.
Their Teacher Workbook, parent guide and student guide can also be downloaded for free, click here for more information.
Due to the increasing use of the games and activities in youth clubs, children’s homes, small groups and on a one to one basis, the games have been redesigned, picture and story led activities and DVD to sit separately from our Teacher Workbook for the first time. They can still be ordered together of course. Containing a range of games from ‘consequences’, to ‘higher harms' discussion cards, 'emoji equations', a DVD of four films and special activities for children with learning difficulties, it is a ‘must have’ for engaging, interactive alcohol education. Priced at just £45 it sits alongside all free resources available online and in print form. To place your order, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A grant funding is available for schools and organisations supporting vulnerable and looked after children as well those with SEN for this resource. To see if you qualify, please email email@example.com
Talk About Alcohol is a young-person facing interactive learning zone offering a range of engaging quizzes and games meaning young people can have fun whilst learning about how to stay safe around alcohol.
The site includes a range of zones such as The Body Zone and The Challenge Zone and games such as online nightclub ‘Brave the Rave’ and ‘The Chimp Shop’ where youngsters are encouraged to make healthy choices and explore how to stay safe.
The Alcohol Education Trust delighted with the ERA award which recognises the value and reach of our websites with over 100,000 unique users last year.
We are absolutely delighted with the result of our Crowdfunding appeal! We exceeded our original target of £20,000 and raised £22,000 through 78 wonderful supporters in just 21 days. This included £10,000 in match funding from Dorset County Council Youth Opportunity Fund. A huge thank you to everyone who supported us - we really appreciate your help!
The money raised will support the development of our Pavilion in the Park, PiP’s - a new AET office, youth space and café. Located on the Great Field in Poundbury, Dorset, the area will have Parkour for teenagers as well as an all-weather sports pitch, an outside gym and one mile walking/running track. Work is due to start on the building in Autumn this year and we are hoping it will be ready by Spring 2020! Do read more about our hopes to move out of our garden garage to a bespoke office, training space and café here
If you are based in the South West, we’d love you to come to the Alcohol Education Trust's 10th Anniversary Ball on the 22nd June! A 15 piece band from The Thomas Hardye School will play during the bubbly reception with canapes. You'll be able to enjoy a delicious three course meal set in a beautifully decorated marquee with a Midsummer theme and be entertained by a great cabaret artist, Charlie Bicknell, followed by a disco provided by Wessex FM!
Held in aid of the Dorset Charity, The Alcohol Education Trust who are celebrating their 10th Anniversary and raising much needed funds to ensure that young people across the South West can be supported in how to stay safe around alcohol.
Find out more and book your tickets here