Education

Tes: PSHE lessons improve pupils’ grades, study finds

Pupils who are healthier, more confident and happier to take risks perform better in school, according to a new evidence review.

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Evidence

Preventing NPS misuse among young people

Mentor recently delivered a CAYT seminar looking at new psychoactive substances and how schools and practitioners can improve their knowledge of these substances in order to deliver appropriate interventions.

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Evidence

Mentor-ADEPIS teacher training: social-emotional learning

In June 2017 Mentor delivered a teacher training event aimed at inspiring practitioners to use social-emotional learning approaches to help young people with complex needs overcome anxiety-related behaviours.

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Evidence

Global Drug Survey 2017: drug trends that can shape your interventions

The Global Drug Survey 2017 reports on the recreational drug habits of 5,900 people in the UK and 120,000 globally. These are a summary of some of their findings.

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Evidence

Mentor-ADEPIS seminar explores how to use evidence for effective alcohol and drug education

The first Mentor-ADEPIS seminar of 2017 invited practitioners, service providers and commissioners to discuss the significance of using quality standards in alcohol and drug education to develop and deliver effective programmes for young people.

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