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London Region

There are 44 trained voluntary Drug Educators in London who can provide drug awareness sessions for children, young people, parents, and youth and church workers.


Our staff and the London-based voluntary Drug Educators carried out hundreds of sessions in the past year.  A sample of organisations worked with is below:

  • Beecholme School/Benedict Primary School, CR4 (Year 5 & 6 pupils)
  • Ethiopian Community Centre, N17
  • St Dunstan’s College, SE6
  • Crown Court Church of Scotland, WC2B
  • Praise Chapel, HA8
  • Gateway Training Centre, SE1
  • Education Development Centre, BR2
  • Conduit Project, N22
  • Chatsworth Baptist Church, SE27
  • Paddington Academy, London, W9
  • Living Waters Christian Centre, SE23
  • Suffolk Baptist Church, EN1
  • Oxygen Youth Project, KT3
  • Girl Guides, E4
  • Bonus Pastor School, SE13
  • Pollards Hill Estate Residents Assoc, CR4

Picture 018London-based Drug Educators regularly deliver alcohol and drug education from an open-air stand at Bankside.  Educators use visual impairment goggles (‘beer goggles’) to illustrate the vulnerability that results from drunkenness.  Activities like Jenga, walking a white line on the pavement and sorting tasks are provided.  This gives people a taste of the visual effects of drunkenness which is a great conversation starter.  Adult and older young people are given leaflets that help them assess their own drinking levels.

Hope UK Educators assisted with a Junior Citizens programme in Kingston (for Year 6 pupils in all the local schools) by providing the drug and alcohol component.  This represents a considerable commitment on the part of our Educators as these events are intensive and repetitive, taking place over several weeks.

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