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Student/Teacher reflection/evaluation

  • The anti-ice campaign was extremely helpful and taught me a lot about ice I wasn’t aware of. The presenters communicated the message clearly and I think it really put a perspective on how bad the drug is and how common it is in our lifestyles.
  • The presentation was interesting and educational. I learnt a lot and was surprised by many things. The presenter was interactive with the audience. Maddison Straton TRHS
  • It was effective in educating us about ice and told us how it affected his life and listening to him makes us think twice about drugs.
  • It was very educational. Not only about how bad the drug ice is but how it impacts on one’s family and friends.
  • I found Michelle was amazing. We had a chat after the talk and she helped me out with a few things. I learnt a lot about ice that I didn’t know and found it was very interesting. Loved the way she spoke to us. Sarah McRae Yr 12 2016/2017 TRHS
  • I was very touched by the whole presentation. I found it very amazing how someone could turn their life around. I think this program should run in all schools to educate all year groups on the dangers of doing illicit drugs. I found it very informative. Vanessa Smallwood TRHS
  • I think that this program was really beneficial for the young people of this generation because of how much they are into having parties and doing drugs. It informs us what is in it this might help people understand what they would be putting into their body by using this drug. Also by the effect of having it once is really important. I like that the presenters were once users…. This gives it reality and how ordinary people can fall under the addiction. Chloe Ardill TRHS.
  • Excellent program with strong messages…. Very connected.
  • Program 10/10. Excellent and thank you.
  • Confronting
  • I think this program was great. I do believe by having ex-ice addicts present and share their story certainly made it more real. I think kids in younger years need to see this as the age people start taking drugs is getting younger and younger. Our youth are making bad decisions and need to be informed to prevent any harm to them. I am grateful to have had this opportunity and I applaud them for starting this program. Thank you. Emily Atkinson TRHS.
  • I was on SRC amp during this program but when I returned I was involved in many conversations with other students regarding how good the presentation was. Many students said they found the program very eye-opening and surreal as the presenters were ex- users. I wish I had the opportunity to see this program and that younger grades such as yr 9 and 10 get the chance to see it and hear it. Tarryn Aiken TRHS
  • The AAIC was valuable to me because before the presentation I had no idea what it was made from or how common it is or how easy it is to get. Now I do. Thank you to the AAIC. Mekayla.
  • I had no idea or knowledge about this drug before the presentation. All students should be presented with this information at our school to keep them safe from the harms of this drug. Drew
  • The campaign clearly addressed the harmful impacts that ICE has, not just on an individual but the family. It showed us the harmful things it is made from and I respect the presenters for sharing their story. It made it very meaningful. Scott.
  • It was one of the better drug programs as you learnt more about what the drug does to your body with the presenters being genuine in sharing their personal experience.
  • TEACHER’S Comments/summary: An excellent, very worthwhile presentation. Students have continued to speak about the program and made comment about the fact that the presenters were ex-users. The presenters gained credibility with the students through the sharing of their story. Engaging, well presented information including factual information. Well organised in their approach. Thank you for Advocating for our Youth. This needs to be a program that is delivered each year to our student body. Bronwyn Mackney

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