About School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA)
At SDERA we’re committed to helping build a better world by educating and empowering the youth of today. Our range of evidence-based drug and road safety education resources can be used to deliver age-appropriate content and key messages relating to health, safety and resilience. We also provide face-to-face professional learning designed to better equip educators working with children and young people.
The road can be a dangerous place for young children. The Smart Steps road safety program has been specially designed for educators of young children under the age of eight. Facilitating a partnership between educators and parents/carers, it guides young children’s learning and helps them to become safe and independent road users.
Keys for Life:
Young people are consistently over-represented in road crash statistics. Keys for Life is a national award winning comprehensive, evidence based pre-driver program that assists parents, schools and agencies to educate young people about safe road use. It also provides licensing and graduation benefits.
An award winning whole school initiative, Changing Health Acting Together (CHAT) is designed to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes for the entire school community.
Challenges and Choices Resources:
Available to suit early years, primary and secondary education, Challenges and Choices is our core resilience, drug and road safety education program. A comprehensive teaching and learning resource, the program provides a range of learning activities with age-appropriate content for students K-10.
Designed to build the capacity of educators working with children & young people and their parents, SDERA’s range of face-to-face professional learning enables participants to deliver best practice resilience, road safety and drug education programs.
Phone: (08) 9402 6415
School Drug Education & Road Aware, Statewide Services Centre, 33 Giles Avenue
Padbury, WA 6025
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
08:30 - 16:30
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