Here you will find Q&A and useful resources to help protect your pupils from the influence of extremism under the Prevent duty.
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If you are concerned about extremism in school, or if you think a child might be at risk of extremism, contact the helpline on 020 7340 7264 or email@example.com
Report crime committed against someone because of their disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
An online portal to report anti-Muslim hate crime, together with advice and support.
A link to quickly and anonymously report extremist or terrorist online material.
A framework by UKCCIS describing the digital skills and understanding children should have according to their age.
DfE guidance for schools providing advice on promoting Fundamental British Values through the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of pupils.
Download, print and display this poster in staff areas to raise awareness of the Educate Against Hate website.
A Prevent mythbuster explaining the facts behind some common misconceptions
A step-by-step guide on how to implement the Prevent duty in your school from the London borough of Ealing.
A downloadable booklet for school leaders about how to safeguard against extremism in your school, produced by Educate Against Hate.
A downloadable booklet for teachers about how to increase your pupils’ resilience to extremism, produced by Educate Against Hate.
Statutory advice for FE institutions on safeguarding young people from being drawn into terrorism.
Lesson plans, PowerPoint resources, assemblies and curriculum mapping templates for KS2-KS5.
Guidance on how to talk about antisemitism and the Israel-Palestine conflict in the classroom.
Guides and resources for setting up a debate club in your school, together with details on the Institute of Ideas’ National Debating Matters Competition.
An educational resource pack exploring the history of Bosnia-Herzegovina and issues relating to genocide. Suitable for year 9 upwards.
A Prevent e-Learning training package to help implement the Prevent duty.
Produced by the Home Office, details of resources and training courses to help meet the Prevent duty.
Download, print and display this poster to show you're fighting against extremism.
Non-statutory guidance on preventing children and young people from being drawn into terrorism for schools and childcare providers.
Statutory guidance to help schools and colleges carry out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of their pupils.
Guidance for teachers on discussing difficult issues, plus lesson plans across a range of subjects for key stage 3.
Advice for schools on making sure that invited speakers are suitable – both during and out of school hours.
Advice on Prevent duty good practice for schools which complements the statutory guidance.
Resources from the Westminster Prevent team to help schools meet the legal requirements of the Prevent duty and other safeguarding legislation.
A Metropolitan police fact file including what is and is not defined as terrorism, and links to contact the Met.
Statutory guidance for local authorities and agencies working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in their care.
A guide for schools on how terrorist groups use social media to radicalise young people online.
Current Prevent duty guidance for schools and childcare providers about preventing pupils from being drawn into terrorism.
A self-taught, interactive module covering everything you need to know about the Channel programme, including your responsibilities