Publications;Noticeboard;Subject of the week;Personal, social, and health education

16th April 1999 at 01:00
* 'Sorting it Out', a drugs education workbook for key stage 2 pupils, has been produced by the Sutton Youth Awareness Programme, a charity supplying preventive drugs education, training and counselling for young people. It costs pound;10 from: Rebecca Brady or Siobhan Edwards, Sutton Youth Awareness Programme, 11 Lower Road, Sutton, Surrey SM1 4QJ, tel: 0181 395 8408.

* Promoting the health of children and young people: setting a research agenda, a report from the Health Education Authority, highlights the inequalities in health experience of children and young people and suggests further research is needed into their understanding of health. pound;15 from HEA Marston Brook Services, tel: 01235 465565.

* Teamwork is the key to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution's success. A typical rescue operation could involve an RAF helicopter, a Coastguard cliff rescue team and lifeboats, not to mention the administrators and fundraisers working behind the scenes. Teamwork, a secondary resource pack, outlines this work. It costs pound;6 from: Youth Promotion Co-ordinator, RNLI, West Quay Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HZ, tel: 01202 663000.

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