AET Resources for use in schools
Our educational materials and lesson plans are listed by subject to make lesson planning simple. There are different levels of resources for different age groups and abilities, together with short film clips and hand out sheets.
Under the Resources sub-menu, you will find all you need to know to teach effectively
Alcohol and its effects Alcohol and the law Staying safe Units and guidelines We have also structured our resources by age group (See the Resources by Year Group sub-menu). If you would like to order a hard copy of our 100 page teacher workbook (normally free for schools), our guide for parents or older teenagers or join our newsletter mailing, please email: email@example.com
See our new teacher notes and lesson plans based on the BBC ‘Just a few drinks’ clips
Download our advice for older teenagers
Download our parent leaflet
Helena Conibear, Director, AET
“Teachers have a range of experience and expertise and in most cases have a firm idea of what they wish to teach about alcohol. Against this background, the Alcohol Education Trust has developed a series of resources that allows teachers to ‘pick and mix’ suitable resources by ability, knowledge, experience, time available and age group to complement the subjects they wish to cover”
The Alcohol Education Trust is seeking to employ a part-time coordinator to lead its teacher and parental outreach in the North East
Part of the AET’s remit is to offer schools and communities the opportunity to receive ongoing regional advice and support, to undergo training on how to use the talkaboutalcohol programme as well as hosting ‘talking to kids about alcohol’ sessions for parents/carers. The role will also involve presenting to local PSHE professionals, local authorities, Public Health and relevant social media networks and groups.
The talkaboutalcohol programme for 11- 18 year olds is PSHE Association quality assured and awarded 3/3 for effectiveness by The DfE appointed CAYT Mentor Adepis. It is one of the top 50 Early Intervention Foundation most effective programmes across all disciplines. Visit www.alcoholeducationtrust.org and www.talkaboutalcohol.com to learn more.
The position will be home based, but the candidate must be willing to travel throughout the North East and to make some evening presentations. 15-21 hours a week with a bonus for any evening parent/carer seminars delivered.
For a job specification and terms please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 15th December 2016