Life Skills Education C.I.C.
We create and deliver drug and life skills
education programmes for children aged 9 – 16
Our DARE programmes are delivered to around 10,000 children every year across the UK. This is done in a variety of ways using a combination of DARE Officers, teachers and DARE Champions who are trained in delivery of drugs and life skills education concepts as well as in delivery of our programmes.
All of our DARE Programmes are developed in line with UK Government guidelines and follow best practice. They are updated and reviewed annually to ensure they remain relevant and up to date.
We continually monitor and evaluate all of our programmes. We seek feedback from students, parents, carers, teachers and our own staff. We are also in the process of having the DARE Primary programme independently evaluated, the final report is due March 2016 and will analyse the results of 2000 young people.
The education of young people to lead safe and healthy lives and achieve their potential.
Improved decision making skills, effective management of risk and take responsibility for themselves and others.
Our Programmes Cover
- Peer Group Pressure
- Use of Social Media
- Use of Illegal Drugs
- Misuse of Legal Drugs
- Misuse of Alcohol
- Solvent Abuse
- Cannabis (Optional)
- Personal Responsibility
- Dealing with pressure
- Risks and consequences
- Decision making
We are a Not for Profit Company
Life Skills Education C.I.C. is a community interest company and as such is a not for profit organisation. Any profit made from the sale of our programmes is reinvested back into the development of our programmes, helping us to achieve our aims.
We receive no funding from the UK Government. We operate a tight budget and support our operations by charging for our products. Evaluation, product development and refresh cycles rely entirely on fundraising and voluntary donations like yours. When you donate money online today and support Life Skills Education CIC, you help us keep our products up to date with government guidelines and best practice, evaluate their effectiveness and provide more life skills education to more children.