Uckfield Community Technology College principal Hugh Hennebry, left, receives life skills learning resources from Uckfield Lions president Keith Mates, centre, and life skills officer David Skinner.

Uckfield Lions present life skills resources to schools

More schools are taking up an offer of life skills learning materials supplied by Uckfield Lions Club.

Among those to have received them are Blackboys, Five Ashes, and East Hoathly primary schools and Uckfield Community Technology College.

The resources include ‘I Am, I Know, I Can” designed for five to 11-year-olds to address personal, social and health education issues.


Vicky Lewis, deputy head at East Hoathly School is pictured with children holding life skills resources supplied by Uckfield which will be used by East Hoathly and Chiddingly schools.

The materials are written in a practical and accessible style to enable teachers to key into 60 lessons with minimum preparation.

Resources available for three to 11-year-olds include Life Changes, Little Steps, The World of Drugs, Substance and Solutions, The World of Alcohol and Tobacco, Icebreakers, and Warm Ups.

Resources available for 11-19-yer-olds include Keys to Drugs, Sexual Health and Relationships, Up I Smoke, Citizenship, Icebreakers, Warm Ups, Energisrs, On the Booze Again, Sex, Drugs and Alcohol, You Bed, and Just Another Game.


Uckfield Lion David Skinner is pictured with Little Horsted teacher Susan Levy, governor Mrs Woods and children after presenting life skills resources.

Uckfield Lions have been actively promoting the resources, which are presented to schools free of charge, over the last few months and an increasing number of requests have been made for support.

For more information on Life Skill Resources please call David Skinner on 01323 767656, email dajskinner@hotmail.com, or go to http://www.lionslifeskills.co.uk.

Share this story

Sign up to receive daily news alerts

I'd like to receive updates every: