Services with this logo are funded or provided by Islington 

Support for teaching and learning in drug educationFREE

Primary Secondary


Can include planning with PSHE education subject leads and training or support to teach any aspect of drug education (including in-class support).

Email Health and Wellbeing

FREE

Islington Young People’s Drugs and Alcohol Service (IYPDAS)

PrimarySecondary

 

IYPDAS is a confidential service offering advice, support and treatment around drug and alcohol issues to young people between the ages of 8 and 21. They also provide training and resources for staff in drugs awareness, drugs education and responses to drugs concerns and incidents.

IYPDAS leaflet for pupils

Email IYPDAS

Telephone: 020 7527 5099

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FREE

BREATHE - Islington Stop Smoking Service

Parents

 

BREATHE is now Islington's Stop Smoking Service which is being offered through Solutions 4 Health our service provider. Smokers have the option of attending group sessions combining quitting with fitness activities and receiving support through the BREATHE online platform or traditional one to one sessions with an adviser.

Telephone 020 3633 2609

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FREEAsthma Kite Mark Project - Whittington Health

Primary Secondary

 

Can support teachers to give accurate information when teaching about asthma including an overview of what asthma is, living with asthma, what to do if someone has an asthma attack, and what can trigger an asthma attacks, how to get further support. Also, supports schools to achieve the asthma kite mark.

Contact Karen Rodesano, Children and Young Person Long Term Condition Nurse

Asthma Kite Mark Project lead: karen.rodesano@nhs.net

Telephone: 0203 316 1727

Asthma Innovation ResearchFREE

Primary

 

Presentations to primary school pupils (most suitable for Year 2, 3 or 4 pupils) by medical students from UCL where children are taught about living with asthma, what to do if someone has an asthma attack, and what can trigger an asthma attack. The project aims to support children suffering with Asthma to get a better understanding of it.

Contact jonny.coppel@gmail.com

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