Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) awareness education resource aims to develop students’ awareness of the possible harmful effects of prenatal alcohol exposure and acquire the skills needed to make informed decisions and manage alcohol and other drug related situations.
The Health and Physical education curriculum provides the basis for developing knowledge, understanding and skills for students to lead healthy, safe and active lives. The curriculum has been shaped by five interrelated propositions: focus on educative purpose; take a strengths-based approach; value movement; develop health literacy; and include a critical inquiry approach.
The lessons contained in this resource are aligned to the Western Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education learning area, Years 8-10.
A whole-of-community response is the most effective way to address volatile substance use (VSU).
Vaping is a growing concern for our parents and school communities. The Anti-Vaping Toolkit contains information about vaping and young people, and resources and strategies for schools to minimise vaping among students.
This four-part module examines how Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) impacts on learning.
A comprehensive, whole-school approach is widely acknowledged as best practice to promote student health and wellbeing including alcohol and other drugs.