A new report from Mentor-ADEPIS indicates that little has changed in the thinking of schools, students or other stakeholders since previous evaluations starting in 2013. The report contains several findings that are consistent with previous reports, as well as additional insights from young people.
Pupils who are healthier, more confident and happier to take risks perform better in school, according to a new evidence review.
Mentor has launched their Quality Mark for Alcohol and Drugs Education, alongside a set of developmental Quality Standards for schools and practitioners which aim improve the quality of alcohol and drug education and prevention in England.
Our new short video about the risks of taking new psychoactive substances (NPS) was developed in conjunction the youth organisation Tokko as part of Project Aware, Mentor’s ongoing NPS awareness work in Luton under the banner of Why Not Find Out.
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.