Schools - 'Drug Freeze'
Due to the ongoing public health issues, and with the safety of school staff and pupils in mind, the school visit programme is currently suspended until such time as visits can be undertaken safely for all. We thank all schools for past participation and look forward to returning to your classrooms in the very near future.
‘Drug Freeze’, an anti substance abuse programme delivered to local schools, commenced during the 1993-1994 season and has run continuously since that time. Proudly sponsored by ISS Facility Services, this programme is offered to all Surrey and surrounding schools completely FREE of charge.
The Flames have been successfully running this drug awareness programme throughout
Ice hockey players use their equipment to help prevent injury during games. The drug section of the presentation gives pupils information which they can then use to help prevent harm caused by drug use. The programme endeavours to give pupils the information they need to make the appropriate choice when faced with difficult situations within the school/social setting.
The visit includes a 20 min (approx) presentation by a Guildford Flames Ice hockey player, outlining the equipment used and showing a short video of game clips, followed by another 40 min (approx) presentation giving details on the legal and physical aspects of drug use. These times can be adjusted slightly to fit in with school sessions. Programme Brochure
Make a Booking
If you wish to make a booking please complete the form below including a choice of 3 convenient dates for us to arrange our visit(s). Please include choice of times for the visit to occur (i.e. from 09:30-10:30)
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