Resources for Peer Educators

Here are some training exercises and activities that have been developed by our NKBL peer educators. They should be useful for running your own peer education sessions. If you have any of your own that you’d like to share, get in touch!

1. Getting started

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Peer education review
2. Working with groups
3. Facilitation
4. Communication
5. Working with difficult behaviour
6. Goals
7. Planning your session
8.1 Peer education form
8.2 Young person’s evaluation
8.3 Young person’s evaluation
8.4 Young person’s group evaluation

 

Updated: 03 October 2014

2. Energisers

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Finger grab
2. The name game
3. Counting up
4. The sun shines on
5. Stand up if…
6. Good thing bad thing


Updated: 03 October 2014

3. Team building

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Two truths and a lie
2. People bingo
3. Hopes and fears
4. Parachuting boundaries
5. Bombs and shields
6. Circle in, circle out


Updated: 03 October 2014

4. Information sharing

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Catchphrase
2. Myths and facts balloons
3. Balloon brainstorm relay
4. What is in a cig
5. Drugs, drugs, drugs
6. Booze on the body


Updated: 03 October 2014

5. Assessing risk

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Bombs and shields
2. Cause and effect tree
3. Drama scene
4. Good night bad night
5. Risk ladder
6. Traffic lights


Updated: 03 October 2014

6. Challenging attitudes

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. A-Z of risk
2. Agree or disagree
3. Character creations
4. Confessions
5. Norming postcards


Updated: 03 October 2014

7. Consolidation

This download includes the following resources:

 

1. Body bits
2. Carousel
3. Confidence t-shirts
4. Daggers and shields


Updated: 03 October 2014

Find out more

fearless.org

Information for young people about crime.

 

knowthescore.info

Straight-talking information about drugs.

 

youngscot.org

Useful contacts, activities and events in your area.

Help & Support

If you’re worried and would like to talk to someone contact:

 

CHILDLINE

 

Speak to or email someone about any worry, any time.

0800 11 11 11

 

BREATHING SPACE

 

Info and advice if you’re feeling low or worried (for older young people).

0800 83 85 87