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Hate Crime (powerpoint)
Experiences of Hate Crime (film)
Henrietta's Story (film)
Primary resources- Difficult dialogue in the classroom
Think Protect Connect
Prevent Education Newsletters
The Prevent Strategy - This provides a detailed account of the Governments Prevent agenda produced in 2011 referring specifically to Education
and Schools in Chapter 10 on page 63.
Prevent Duty Guidance for specified authorities
Prevent Schools Self Assessment - The self assessment form provides schools with an opportunity to assess what they have
already done to address the Governments Prevent agenda and identify actions they may wish to take.
School's Policy: Safeguarding and Child Protection – model statements. This document will provide schools
with some statements that they may wish to include when updating their Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy to ensure that the Prevent Strategy forms an integral part of safeguarding policy.
new: Promoting fundamental British values as part of SMSC in schools - This document will provide schools with advice
The main points of this document is to make clear what is expected of schools in promoting fundamental British values; and how this aligns with schools’ duty to promote SMSC.
new:Online Safety – Protecting our children from Radicalisation and Extremism - Bulletin issued
by UK Safer Internet Centre November 2014
- Advice note from Sir Michael Wilshaw . This advice note provides information as a result of HMI’s unannounced monitoring visit to the 5 Birmingham Schools placed in special measures last summer.
The Channel Scheme in Bradford District - Channel is a multi agency process which provides support to those who may be vulnerable to being
drawn in to violent extremism or terrorism. Channel uses existing collaboration between partners to support individuals and protect them from being drawn into terrorism. It is similar to the way we work, using partnership structures, to protect vulnerable
people from harm – for example in drugs and gangs prevention work.
new: Channel Duty Guidance - Statutory guidance for Channel panel members and partners of local panels
On-line Channel awareness module
If you have a safeguarding concern it is essential you use the link below to access the Prevent Referral Form. The form also offers guidance with contact numbers for support.
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