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Talk about alcohol

Talk about alcohol

Tue, 7 May 2024

NSPCC

NSPCC

Tue, 7 May 2024

  • NSPCC information and advice on how to keep children safe and aware of the risks with underage drinking.

Turning Point

Turning Point

Tue, 7 May 2024

Drinkaware

Drinkaware

Tue, 7 May 2024

Cannabis edibles

Tue, 7 May 2024

  • Cannabis edibles - information below for educational professionals around what are edibles, what do they look like, how do people purchase Cannabis edibles, what are the risks and what support is available.

Parents Survive to Thrive Guide (PDF, 576 Kb)

A resource guide for parents of a child with an eating disorder. Written by parents with lived experience.

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) (USA)

Various toolkits, including for parents and educators, are provided giving advice for various supporters of children and young people suffering with eating disorders.

What's the difference between eating problems and eating disorders?

On this website Mind offer more information on eating problems, types of eating disorders, causes of eating problems, recovery & self-care and treatment and support.

BEAT Eating Disorders

BEAT Eating Disorders

Tue, 7 May 2024

The UK's eating disorder charity who provide additional information and support around eating disorders. In addition they also offer a helpline and one-to-one web chat service.

KS2 / KS3 PSHE: Anorexia - Kirsty's story

Provided by the BBC for KS2/KS3, there is an animated video called 'Anorexia - Kirsty's story'. This resource could be used by teachers in PSHE sessions to start conversations about eating disorders.

Anorexia Bulimia Care (ABC)

Anorexia Bulimia Care (ABC)

Tue, 7 May 2024

Anorexia & bulimia care provide a free educational resource, Body Positive Schools, designed to support flexible teaching, with classroom activities, videos, group project ideas and whole school approaches to promoting body positive confidence and culture.

Guidance to support schools to develop their own Drug, Alcohol, & Tobacco Policy.

  • The Leicestershire Healthy Schools Team have created guidance to support schools to develop their own Drug, Alcohol, & Tobacco Policy. Please find the document below.

Drug advice for schools (PDF, 269 Kb)

Drug advice for schools

Tue, 7 May 2024

  • The Department for Education have created a guidance document, drug advice for schools, which you can view below.

Drug Education Forum

Tue, 7 May 2024

Professional Information network (PIN)

  • Professional Information network (PIN) is a drug alert system organised for people working together from Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland. There asking local services/groups/ educational establishments to sign up. See information below on how to become a member and receive information notices/alerts...

Cannabis edibles

Tue, 7 May 2024

  • Cannabis edibles - information below for educational professionals around what are edibles, what do they look like, how do people purchase Cannabis edibles, what are the risks and what support is available.

A Toolkit for Supporting Children, Young People and Families Affected or Bereaved by Suicide (PDF, 17.1 Mb)

This toolkit provides information, from the perspective of children, young people and families who have experienced suicide on how to talk about suicide, self-care and best practice on what schools have done well to support.

Building Suicide-Safer Schools and Colleges - A Guide for Teachers and Staff (PDF, 5.2 Mb)

This guide provides information for schools and colleges on prevention, intervention and postvention.

Zero Suicide Alliance Full Suicide Awareness Course (20 min)

The ZSA have created an online video that aims to raise awareness of suicide prevention and give you the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide.

Zero Suicide Alliance - Abbreviated 5 min Suicide Awareness Course

The ZSA have created an online video that aims to raise awareness of suicide prevention and give you the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide.

R;pple Suicide Prevention Online Tool

R;pple is a digital tool, which if a user searches for harmful content online, they will first be guided through a filter of breathing exercises and then very simple, uncluttered and calmly presented strategies and forums, help lines and mental health services they can access both now and longer term:...

Information and advice on how to keep children safe and aware of the risks. (PNG, 68 Kb, 2560x616)

  • NSPCC information and advice on how to keep children safe and aware of the risks.