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Clay, Darcy (2018) ‘I Learned how to stay safe from drugs’: Pupils’ learning from a primary school-based drug education and prevention programme. Wicklow: Bray Drugs Awareness Forum and Crosscare Bray Youth & Information Service.

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The School Based Drug Education and Prevention Project (SBDEPP) is a joint initiative of the Bray Drugs Awareness Forum and Crosscare Bray Youth Service; this report has been compiled on their behalf. The SBDEPP exists because schools request it on an annual basis. BDAF and Crosscare Bray Youth Service have worked hard over the years to maintain a high standard of programme implementation. However, there is a need to both evidence the impact and value of drug education and prevention programmes, and evaluate their implementation to ensure quality service provision. The data gathered for this report provides a contextual backdrop to help understand the rationale for the SBDEPP and evidence the impact and value the SBDEPP has for young people in sixth class in Bray.

Date:September 2018
Pages:38 p.
Publisher:Bray Drugs Awareness Forum and Crosscare Bray Youth & Information Service
Place of Publication:Wicklow
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Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
Subjects:J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Basic prevention categories > Targeted prevention
N Communication, information and education > Education by subject > Substance use education
N Communication, information and education > Educational level > Primary education level
T Demographic characteristics > Student (primary level)
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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