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[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 30 - Departmental functions [education] [33521/16]. (08 Nov 2016)
[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 15- Schools health and safety [10758/16]. (18 May 2016)
[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answer 24 - Schools drug awareness programmes [21890/15]. (10 Jun 2015)
Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. [Mentor ADEPSIS] (2015) Delivering alcohol and drug education: advice for teachers. London: Mentor ADEPSIS. 7 p. Alcohol and drug prevention briefing paper
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, National Drug Research Institute. [NDARC] (2014) Illegal drugs: what you need to know. Teacher version. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 21 p.
Lee, Nicole and Cameron, Jacqui and Battams, Samantha and Roche, Ann [NCETA] . (2014) Alcohol education for Australian schools: What are the most effective programs? Adelaide: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. 92 p.
Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. [Mentor ADEPSIS] (2014) Quality standards for effective alcohol and drug education. London: Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service. 24 p.
Department of Education and Skills. (2013) Chief Inspector’s Report 2010 - 2012. Dublin: Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills.
[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin. [The good behavour game; classroom management technique]. Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 15 Mar
Children's Rights Alliance. (2012) Report card 2012. Dublin: Children's Rights Alliance.
Share, Michelle and McCarthy, Sandra (2011) The Early Learning Initiative’s Stretch to Learn Programme: baseline evaluation in primary schools in the Dublin Docklands. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.
McGilloway, Sinead and Hyland, Lynda and NiMhaille, Grainne and Lodge, Anne and O'Neill, Donal and Kelly, Paul and Leckey, Yvonne and Bywater, Tracy and Comiskey, Catherine and Donnelly, Michael (2011) Positive classrooms, positive children. Dublin: Archways.
Keane, Martin (2009) Kerry Life Education evaluation report. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 29, Spring 2009 , p. 21.
Ireland. Department of Education and Science Evaluation Support and Research Unit. (2009) Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) in the primary school. Dublin: Department of Education and Science.
[Oireachtas] 168. Mr. Penrose asked the Minister for Education and Science Information Zoom if, in view on the extent and complexity of the drug problem here and the importance of education as a strategy to prevent misuse, the dedicated support provided by the Walk Tall programme support service will be made available to all teachers in the long term as part of their continuing professional development. [5917/07]. (15 Feb 2007)
(2006) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2004-2005. Dublin: National Education Welfare Board.
[Oireachtas] 463. Mr. Crowe asked the Minister for Education and Science the effectiveness of the drug prevention education programmes in our schools here; if they have been rolled out to all schools; her plans to revise these programmes based on findings of international best practice. [17846/06]. (16 May 2006)
[Oireachtas] 180. Mr. Penrose asked the Minister for Education and Science when her Department will complete the amended action 32 and in doing so extend to primary and special schools in areas of disadvantage outside of the local drugs taskforce areas, the supports offered by the walk tall programme support service. [17762/06]. (11 May 2006)
[Oireachtas] 105. Mr. P. Breen asked the Minister for Education and Science the position with regard to the circulation of books, dealing with drug-related issues, to primary schools. [13465/06]. (05 Apr 2006)
McKeown, Kieran (2006) Promoting mental health in primary school: evaluation of a mental health intervention in a disadvantaged primary school in Dublin. Dublin: Mounttown Neighbourhood Youth and Family Project.
Weir, Susan (2004) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2003/2004. Report to the National Educational Welfare Board. Dublin: Educational Research Centre.
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Local Drug Task Force. Collins, Bernie (2004) Community-based substance misuse prevention courses in primary schools: a study survey, analysis and recommendations. Dublin: Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Local Drug Task Force.
Share, Michelle and Quinn, Margo (2003) Smoke free Leitrim: evaluation of a school-based smoking education programme. North Western Health Board.
Millar, David (2003) Review of records of in-service training for teachers of SPHE: February 2001 to April 2003. Dublin: SPHE Support Service.
Drugs Awareness Programme. (2003) Prevention of drug misuse for sixth class (primary school), district A north Dublin suburb. Dublin: Crosscare.
Drugs Awareness Programme. (2002) Inchicore national school education and prevention project. Dublin: Crosscare.
Catholic Youth Care. Nic Lughadha, Colma (2000) Catholic Youth Care drug education and prevention programme for primary schools. Facilitators guidelines. Dublin: Catholic Youth Care.
Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group. (2000) Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group: project report. (Unpublished) Dublin: Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group.
Ireland. Department of Education and Science. (1999) Social, personal and health education: teacher guidelines. Primary school curriculum. Dublin: Stationery Office.
Morgan, Mark (1999) Awareness FC drugs prevention programme: an evaluation. Dublin: Finglas Youth Service.
Ireland. Department of Education and Science. (1999) Social, personal & health education. Primary school cirruculum. Dublin: Stationery Office.
Cullen, Barry (1997) Educational support project (ESP) review report. Dublin: The Children's Centre, Trinity College Dublin.
National Crime Prevention Council. (1993) McGruff's elementary drug prevention activity book. Arlington, US: National Crime Prevention Council .