What will I learn?
PREVENT is part of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST. The purpose of Prevent is to stop people from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. This includes countering terrorist ideology and challenging those who promote it, supporting individuals who are especially vulnerable to becoming radicalised, and working with sectors and institutions where the risk of radicalisation is assessed to be high. The deradicalisation programme is known as Channel. As of February 2015, all schools have a statutory duty to have due regard to the prevention of terrorism. This ‘duty’ does not extend to teachers but enables schools to embed safeguarding against radicalisation within their standard safeguarding policies.
What are you going to learn about?
You’ll learn about what PREVENT is and how it might apply to your school. This is a CURATED Learning Trunk built for you from content sourced online.
Who is hosting this Learning Trunk?
David Paice is an educationalist and Co-Founder of Spongy Elephant. He qualified as a head teacher and has held roles as Director of Education and Skills at Local Authority wide level and is passionate about supporting schools and teachers.
How long do I need?
Less than 40 minutes.
Anything else I need to know?
Work through the Learning Trunk in order to ensure you can see how the whole solution fits together.
This Learning Trunk covers...
Channel Intervention and Prevent
Staff Training - Prevent Kids Being Radicalised
Staff Training - Rapid Radicalisation
Staff Training - Parents Worried About Radicalisation
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