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Waltham Forest Primary Resources

Three classroom lessons on identity, violent extremism and digital resilience for key stage two pupils.
Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Extremism, Fundamental British Values, Online safety, Radicalisation, Religion, Terrorism
Age group:
KS 2
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides

Be Internet Citizens

A suite of materials on the topics of fake news, emotional manipulation, us and them narratives and online hate speech.
Subject area:
Hate crime, Online safety, Prejudice, Refugees, Religion, Safeguarding, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

Green Spring PSHE Sessions

Slide packs developed by Green Spring Academy covering topics that range from staying safe online to respecting others.
Subject area:
Hate crime, Online safety, Radicalisation, Safeguarding, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 4
Resources:
Lesson ideas
Format:
Presentation slides

Top Tips Guide for Parents

Advice for parents and guardians to help keep children safe from extremism, produced by Educate Against Hate.
Subject area:
Online safety, Radicalisation
Resources:
Parent information
Format:
Pdf

Let’s Talk About It

An informative website providing help and advice to the public to understand Prevent, Channel, the signs of radicalisation and online safety.
Subject area:
Online safety, Prevent duty, Radicalisation
Resources:
Fact sheet, Posters
Format:
Pdf, Videos, Web pages

Hammersmith and Fulham Secondary Resources

Lesson plans to improve awareness of online risks, including radicalisation, amongst Key Stage Four students.
Subject area:
Extremism, Online safety, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 4
Resources:
Lesson ideas
Format:
Presentation slides, Word document

Parent Zone Guides

Expert information for families and schools, featuring carefully checked and curated advice and information on issues related to internet safety.
Subject area:
Online safety
Resources:
Parent information
Format:
Web pages

Trust Me (Childnet resource)

Lesson plans and detailed teacher guidance from Childnet to help improve online safety.
Subject area:
Online safety
Age group:
KS 2, KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance
Format:
Zip

Think. Protect. Connect.

Resources to safeguard children and young people, including those with Autism Spectrum Conditions, from online radicalisation and extremism.
Subject area:
Extremism, Online safety, Radicalisation, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf, Word document

Creative Curriculum: FBV Lesson Plans

Lesson plans including fun and creative ways to incorporate fundamental British values into the curriculum.
Subject area:
Extremism, Fundamental British Values, Hate crime, Online safety, Radicalisation, Refugees, Religion, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 1, KS 2
Resources:
Lesson ideas
Format:
Pdf

Side by Side

A Prevent and extremism-related resource, designed for FE students and staff, covering radicalisation, online safety, critical thinking and British values.
Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Online safety, Prevent duty, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 5
Resources:
Training
Format:
Interactive site

Parent Info

Advice to help parents keep up with their children’s online activity.
Subject area:
Extremism, Online safety
Resources:
Parent information
Format:
Web pages

Childnet International

Online safety advice for parents from Childnet International, a non-profit organisation helping to make the internet a safe space for children.
Subject area:
Online safety
Resources:
Parent information
Format:
Pdf, Web pages

Internet Matters

A website for parents, backed by Internet Service Providers, with resources to help keep children’s online life fun and safe.
Subject area:
Online safety, Radicalisation
Resources:
Assemblies, Parent information
Format:
Web pages, Zip

UK Safer Internet Centre

Lesson plans and presentations to improve internet safety across all age ranges.
Subject area:
Online safety
Age group:
Early Years, KS 1, KS 2, KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Assemblies, Lesson ideas, Posters
Format:
Web pages
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