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Mentor Quality Standards: Supporting best practice in alcohol and drug education

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Mentor can support schools, local authorities and external providers of alcohol and drug education to ensure pupils are receiving the best education provision possible.

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Mentor Quality Standards: Supporting best practice in alcohol and drug education

  1. 1. Mentor UK Mentor Quality Standards: Supporting Best Practice in Alcohol and Drug Education
  2. 2. Building our evidence base Mentor-ADEPIS is publicly acknowledged as the leading source of evidence-based resources for alcohol and drug education and prevention for schools.
  3. 3. Included in this presentation: • How to encourage provision of high quality alcohol and drug education • Mentor services and tools - overview • What to look for in an external service provider • Further resources
  4. 4. What are some of the levers that we might use with senior leaders in schools to encourage provision of high quality alcohol and drug education?
  5. 5. Supporting best practice For schools: - Quality Standards - Quality Assessment Framework For providers: - Quality Mark for Providers Local Authorities and Public Health Authorities: - Systemic support and structural review of services provided by the local authority
  6. 6. Benefits: Support schools’ self reflection and provide evidence towards: • Their statutory duties • ‘Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare’ • Data for Public Health to monitor trends and focus services • Further development of effective leadership • Recommendations for wider school improvement Quality Assessment Framework for schools: Aim: To enable schools to monitor provision for their pupils around risk-taking, substance misuse and life-skills. Schools can use this to support: • further school improvement • statutory duty to promote wellbeing • Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare (PDB&W)
  7. 7. What should schools look for, and expect from, providers of effective alcohol and drug education?
  8. 8. Quality Mark for Providers • Based on the European Drug Prevention Quality Standards (EDPQS) • Assesses various aspects of delivery, including development, needs assessment, field research and evaluation. • Benefits: • Quality assurance to schools • Increased credibility with schools and service users • Increased credibility with commissioners and funders • Supports evidence base of what works • Recognition of current best practice • Quality Mark holders will be encouraged to review and evaluate promising interventions with the Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions (CAYT).
  9. 9. Prevention education: cost / benefit analysis “The Good Behaviour Game costs $156 per pupil, provides total benefits (i.e. costs saved) of $13,206: a positive benefit-to-cost ratio of $84.63” (ACMD report, Prevention of alcohol and drug dependence 2015) NICE modelling estimates: “a schools-based alcohol misuse prevention programme that costs £75 million that resulted in a 1.4% reduction in alcohol consumption amongst young people would be a cost- effective public health intervention” (Nherera L, Jacklin P, 2009, A model to assess the cost-effectiveness of alcohol education developed for NICE public health guidance on personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education)
  10. 10. mentoruk.org.uk @Mentortweets mentor-adepis.org @MentorADEPIS Email: jamila.boughelaf@mentoruk.org Phone: 020 7552 9920 Learn more

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