Holding Difficult Conversations Primary Years Education, Foundation 4 Peace

A bespoke training programme to build confidence and key skills in holding conversations safely and effectively with students around the topic of extremism.

Holding Difficult Conversations Primary Years Education, Foundation for Peace

This course is  for frontline education staff from schools and colleges: teachers, personal tutors, safeguarding leads and pastoral staff should attend. This session is led by the Foundation for Peace, drawing on its work as a leading UK and European deliverer of Prevention based programmes with young people, schools and wider communities.

 

 

25/02/16

9.00am – 4.00pm

Oasis Academy Lister Park North Ave, Bradford, BD8 7ND

The Prevent Duty:  the obligation on statutory bodies to prevent people becoming drawn into extremism, places significant obligations on schools. There is a need for many frontline staff to acquire the awareness, skills, knowledge, and confidence to ensure that they can spot signs of concern, challenge prejudice constructively, counter extreme ideas and narratives, and provide alternatives to the persuasive made to vulnerable young people. This course will assist school staff to feel more confident in their response to this duty.

Parking is available at the rear of the school and lunch will be provided.

For more information, please contact Alina.Khan@bradford.gov.uk

For details on how to book, click here


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Published: 25/01/2016
Audience: teachers, personal tutors, safeguarding leads and pastoral staff
Contact: Tayyab Wahid

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