Life Education Cambridgeshire and Peterborough works in partnership with Coram Life Education, a national charity serving the needs of children in the UK. We deliver ‘life skills’ based, primary drug prevention programmes to young people aged between 3-11 in mainstream and 3 - 19 in Special Schools. Our carefully developed, age-appropriate programmes are delivered in two high-tech mobile classrooms.
We have been working for 17 years, in over 65 schools each year, engaging with approx 14,000 children, their teachers, governors and parents/carers. LEC visits are planned with schools and support and enhance PSHE provision. The LEC classrooms provide an exciting environment with sophisticated audio and visual aids and use specially trained educators to deliver the programmes.
Cambridgeshire Primary and Special Schools who subscribe to our Wellbeing Programme are entitled to significant discounts on their LEC bookings.
We teach young people how amazing their bodies are and how the human body can be affected by drugs. Through the 'life skills' approach, children are enabled to practice the skills that will help them make good decisions. We also provide young people with the knowledge skills and self-confidence to enable them to make healthy choices. The programmes build progressively on previous knowledge and are evaluated through oral and written feedback.