On Tuesday (6 October, 2015) the students visited the Life Education Van. The Life Education program utilises the latest technology and provides children with online resources and problem solving activities. The students participated in programs to build their awareness and understanding of the link between choices they make and their short and longer term consequences. They were taught to value their safety and health and that of others. They were given strategies so that they could develop attitudes that can prepare them to make safer and healthier choices. The students were also taught about how to identify strategies and build confidence and skills to help them to deal with peer and community pressure. Louise led each class through a wonderful variety of enjoyable activities helping the student develop the skills needed to make informed decisions.