Using Social Norms to combat Fizzy Drinks

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With Fizzy Drinks so heavily featured in our newsfeeds this week, Social Sense and its R U Different? programme wanted to share some of its national data with you. Read the rest of this entry »

Alcohol Price Increase Ignores the Real Issue

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The rise in minimum unit prices for Alcohol has been welcomed today – by supermarkets.

That’s because it is likely to have zero impact on consumption while it has been revealed Supermarkets will reap the benefits of extra profits from sales. Read the rest of this entry »

How will you shape young lives this year?

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Schools are now back and planning their activities for the year.

With the Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) gone and Tell Us surveys now a distant memory, how will you evaluate the behaviour and safety of pupils within your schools? Read the rest of this entry »

Programme Reduces Drinking Rates in Swindon

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Swindon Borough Council has seen a significant reduction in teenage drinking rates in the area – thanks to a successful Social Norms programme delivered in schools this year. Read the rest of this entry »