Primary & Secondary School Drug Education Workshops & Shows

School Drug Education Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Drug Education workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Drug & Alcohol education incursions

We provide workshops and teaching resources for students that are educational, interesting and engaging on drug and alcohol education for primary and secondary schools. Our aim is to equip students to develop a basic understanding of how drugs effect the body, raising... > View Profile

Independent Drug Education Australia (IDEA) - Australia's leading provider of drug education

IDEA is Australia's leading provider of independent drug education. IDEA currently works with over one hundred school communities across the country, providing students with specific skills and strategies they can use to protect themselves and their friends in alcohol +... > View Profile

The Critics' Choice Tobacco Education Initiative

The Critics' Choice is an initiative coordinated annually by Quit Victoria as part of a strategy to reduce the prevalence of tobacco smoking amongst young people.   The program aligns with the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education for Years 5 to 10. Each... > View Profile

"No Brainer", "Ripped Off" & "The Humpty Dumpty Dilemma"

School Alcohol & other Drug seminars with scientific, medical, justice and environmental components and linked to Australian Curriculum Standards. All seminars are interactive/multi-media and presented by trained presenters. Seminars are tailored to different ages/year levels as... > View Profile

Alcohol and Other Drugs workshops

86% of 14 year old students have tried alcohol Our Alcohol and Other Drugs workshop introduces students to the risks and effects of alcohol and other drugs and focuses on refusal strategies. We give students tools and strategies to help them make informed... > View Profile

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Poetry: Poetry in QLD

Workshops Kristin Has Developed and Presented 'Grandmother Poems' Rockhampton Catholic Education Diocese - Bishop's In-service Day Feb 2012 Backyard Poems workshop: Rockhampton Art Gallery September 2011 Permaculture Poetry: Workshop Waru Permaculture... > View Profile

Japanese Drumming: Japanese Drumming in QLD

BATARI is a Japanese and multicultural music ensemble, using Taiko drum, Shakuhachi and other amazing instruments from Japan, East Asia, Southeast Asia and around the Pacific Rim. We present a fascinating and exciting experience of traditional and contemporary music. Batari... > View Profile

Art: Drawing workshops for children

Jenny Wood uses the Monart method, a little Zentangle and some of her own unique style to teach children to draw.  Why do we wait until children are teenagers or even adults before we teach them drawing skills? Children as young as 3 or 4  years old can learn to draw what... > View Profile

Science: Mad About Science In Schools - Melbourne

Mad About Science In Schools is seriously FUN and engaing! Presented by science teaching specialists, we offer a wide range of workshops to enrich your science program. Operating in Victorian primary schools and kindergartens our exciting hands-on sessions align with current... > View Profile

Storytelling: Story Telling Workshops

Super Speak is Australia's leading provider of public speaking and story telling workshops for pre-school, primary schools and high schools. We offer a range of workshop options that can support your students learning including workshops in effective story telling, expressive... > View Profile

Author: Author/ Illustrator team workshop

    We are Melissa, Angela and Charles. We are a Brisbane-based, Author/illustrators, family team. Melissa Jakeman is the Author of newly published rhyming, picture book, Mashed Banana Pie. Angela is Melissa’s sister and one of the illustrators and Charles is the main... > View Profile

Aboriginal: The Didjeribone Show

Tjupurru plays the DIDJERIBONE which is an Australian Made and designed instrument fusing the elements of the didjeridoo and trombone. His shows present a seamless entertaining and educational exploration of an ancient tradition, modern technology and personal creative... > View Profile

Aboriginal: Indigenous incursions

We provide indigenous artists Australia wide. from nature walks, welcome to country, a smoking ceremony to didgeridoo making and song and dance workshops. Book an artist for a session or how about a whole unit of work. > View Profile

African Drumming: Akwaaba

Meaning “welcome” in the Ashanti language from Ghana, Akwaaba's vision is to use traditional African drumming and dance as a tool to promote peace and unity within the West Australian community. Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences... > View Profile