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

"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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Aboriginal Virtual Reality: Aboriginal Nations – a VR experience

EG Incursions creates world first! Using the latest VR technology, EG Incursions can take your class around the world, under the sea or even to the moon! EG Incursions initial bespoke workshops are based around Anti-bullying and Indigenous... > View Profile

African Drumming: Damushi Ensemble Rhythms of Africa

Rhythms of Africa is a thrilling performance of drumming, singing and story telling for school students of all ages.   In this 45 minute performance, accredited by Carclew's Playfull program, students learn about the drums used in the performance and about the way in which... > View Profile

Democracy: Parliament Process: Experts

Delve deep into Australian democracy.  Students further examine the democratic process in Australia. They learn about the Australian Constitution, the voting procedure for federal referendums and the role of the Senate in Australian democracy.  Students engage in an... > View Profile

Aboriginal: Wominjeka: The Thank You workshop

WOMINJEKA: THE THANK YOU WORKKSHOP Suitable for Australian Studies/History from Year 4, 5, 6 and also secondary (curriculum details below). Presented by musician/writer/storyteller Jan 'Yarn' Wositzky, famous as being a founder of The Bushwackers Band, and much... > View Profile

Author: WA Author & Theatre Incursions

Three girls. Three pathways. One destination: After a sellout tour of WA schools in 2012, this charming tale is offered as an incursion to thrill, delight and surprise students. Three sisters are abandoned in the middle of a forest by their father. Facing an uncertain future,... > View Profile

Mental Health: Labs 'n Life

Labs ‘n Life is a not-for-profit organisation empowering our youth to reach their full potential through positive engagement with Labrador Retrievers. We offer a variety of programs where students have the opportunities to learn how to train a Labrador as a companion... > View Profile

Cookery: Kids' Cooking Incursions

Join the Colourful Chef on a cooking adventure to challenge your senses. Guess the ingredients, decorate a paper chef hat to keep and individually create two colourful dishes. No oven needed. We bring everything with us and take away the mess.  Sessions are designed by... > View Profile

Science: iSkies Cosmodome Planetarium / 3D Movies

Immersive IMAX-style shows that come to your school, avoiding hassles and costs of excursions!  Great for Primary and High Schools.   Originally authorised by the NSW DET. Make a booking for a convenient number of sessions that suits your... > View Profile

Harmony Day: Harmony Day Drumming

Our African Drumming Incursion introduces every child to music, rhythm and songs from Western Africa. Extremely popular throughout Harmony Week, every child plays their own djembe which culminates in a whole school performance. A drum circle forms the basis of the program and... > View Profile

Lego: Lego Fun with Motorized Model Building

e2 Young Engineers offers 'LEGO Challenge' which is an  enrichment program for children between the ages of 6-12 years. We build motorized lego models using LEGO® bricks and Technic LEGO® using the principles of STEM basics. LEGO Challenge... > View Profile

Mental Health: Life Lessons Educational Programs

Life Lessons is dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of young people and their parents in our community by providing schools and communities with relevant workshops that empower informed decisions and build up resilience. Our workshops are designed to be... > View Profile