Party Safe Education Headder


Students, teaching staff, parents, and community partners have highly commended the relevancy and effectiveness of Party Safe Education™ in the curriculum.

“Great interaction with students for engagement. Loved the fact that the seminar wasn’t telling the audience ‘what not to do’.”
Year 9 Coordinator, Marryatville High School 2016
“I learned that most younger people are now learning about alcohol and drugs more and are being safe. I’m not afraid to not want to drink in the future after I saw [those] statistics.” 
Yr 9 student, Marymount College 2016
“The presentation was of excellent standard. All information served a purpose. Audience interaction was great.”
Yr 10 student, Sacred Heart College 2016
“If I ever did find myself in a “dangerous” situation, I feel that I’d have more knowledge on how to approach it.”
Yr 11 student, Kildare College 2016
“Really educational seminar, done in a way that kept us engaged.”
Yr 12 student, Kildare College 2016
“The real stories were helpful because they showed us what we should do in a realistic situation.”
Yr 9 student, St Peter’s Girls College 2015
“It changed the way I feel about myself as a party-goer. Hearing stories about people allocating themselves as a non-drinker for the festival has encouraged me to perhaps do this.”
Yr 12 student, Pembroke Senior School
“The overwhelming response from both students and staff was that this was the best event we ran all year.”
Head of Senior School, Hallett Cove R-12
“Another excellent and relevant presentation once again!”
Head of House, Christian Brothers College
“We love the way your seminars feed into our Year 11 and 12 curriculum and your approach to the safe partying message.”
“Punchy and interactive presentation style with positive advice, honestly delivered.”
Dean, Pembroke Senior School
“I see this as an important input as long as there are celebrations of this kind.”
 Year Level Coordinator, Cabra Dominican College
“The presenters are vibrant, highly engaging and have an excellent understanding of youth culture”
School Social Worker
“While I already consider myself to be a safe partyer, I think the seminar just made me consider how to read different situations and how to react to those situations a little more cautiously.”
Yr 12 student, Our Lady of Sacred Heart College
It was done in such a great way. My viewpoint on drugs and alcohol has now strengthened even more and this information gained in this presentation will affect me in everyday life now and in the future.”
Yr 12 Student, Our Lady of Sacred Heart College
“I learnt that our responsibility is way more important than we thought! It can change our life, in our everyday decisions. Being aware of your responsibilities and vulnerabilities can help you to make wise decisions, to keep you and your friends safe”
Yr 12 Student
“Young people should not be told off for being who they are….teenagers. They need honest, unbiased information without any hidden motives about the tough and often confusing choices they need to make. This is important when it comes to choices about Drugs and Alcohol. There is no better partner for this than Encounter Youth Education.”
Youth Development Officer, City of Burnside