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School Education Program gambling information session

  • Senior student workshop (one hour)

    Your Money Matters (Years 11–12)

    Host this session to explore the fundamentals of financial literacy – budgeting, spending, borrowing, saving – and develop student awareness of the financial risks of gambling. Help your students become informed consumers and money-wise decision makers. To ensure students gain maximum benefit, this workshop is designed for 25 students or fewer.

    Know the Score (Years 10–12)

    Host this session to analyse the potential influences that may shape students’ gambling attitudes and behaviour. Students view, analyse and discuss a wide variety of media content, including gambling ads. They learn about current forms of gambling – such as social casino games, skins betting and loot boxes – in order to prevent harm and encourage informed choices. To ensure students gain maximum benefit, this workshop is designed for 25 students or fewer.

    When Gaming Meets Gambling (Years 7–9)

    Host this session to explore the blurred boundary between online gaming and gambling. Students will be provided with strategies to make online gaming safer, allowing them to make more informed choices in this rapidly expanding industry. To ensure students gain maximum benefit, this workshop is designed for 25 students or fewer.

  • Professional development session for teachers (30–40 minutes)

    Host this session to inform school staff about key issues related to gambling and young people and how they can help students become critical thinkers in an environment where gambling is being increasingly normalised.

  • Information session for parents (30–40 minutes)

    Host this session to inform parents about the key issues related to gambling and young people, and how they can help their child develop informed attitudes to gambling.

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