The Real Stories education resource for Year 7-10 secondary school students includes a series of videos and lessons examining the issues related to young people and skin cancer.
Life Education has created a secondary school drug education program called ‘Face the Facts’ which complements secondary school health and drug education programs, consisting of 4 modules; tobacco, alcohol, cannabis and legal/illegal drugs.
Royal Life Saving Society - Australia encourages all schools to get involved in teaching water safety and become a WaterSmart school.
Building swimming and water safety awareness skills and educating youth about the dangers associated with aquatic locations is the best way to help reduce drowning incidents
SHFPACT has developed a range of workshops and education sessions for students in ACT schools, ranging from Primary School through to College.
Swim and Survive is suitable for school aged children from 4 years and up.
The Royal Life Saving Award Scheme has several strands, each with a sequential flow.
Bronze e-Lifesaving is an interactive e-learning program that can be easily implemented in the classroom and has strong links to learning outcomes in the new Australian Curriculum.
Is your classroom turning the page on cancer? Developed by Cancer Council NSW this interactive website page (just 1) is a great tool to open up classroom conversation about the 5 big cancers that effect Australians and how we can reduce our risk.
Take the guess work out of daily sun protection times in Canberra. Upload and display Cancer Council's free SunSmart Widget to your school's or early childhood service's homepage.
The Critic’s Choice Program has successfully been run for 16 years to help prevent the uptake of smoking and encourage young people who do smoke to quit.
Bronze e-Lifesaving is an interactive e-learning program that challenges and engages youth on issues such as risk-taking behaviour, peer influences and alcohol consumption when recreating in and around water.
Find a list of useful drug education resources. You can filter these according to your needs using the filters on the left hand side. See Getting Started for more information about how to use the Positive Choices site.