This resource seeks to support schools in building pupils’ understanding of these issues and building resilience to the methods and processes of radicalisation and includes discussions on Prevent.
Schools have a duty to ensure pupils are aware of the risks associated with extremism. This resource is a stand-alone unit, allowing schools to decide which year group to use it with, but it should be
taught within a planned PSHE programme.
We would recommend that it is used with Year 6 and above, as this should provide the broader protective learning pupils need, supported by the wider curriculum and set within a positive school environment.
The aim of this lesson pack is to demonstrate how people, including children, can be exposed to extremist influences or prejudiced views at an early age from a variety of sources.
This has kindly been produced in partnership with:
Avon and Somerset Constabulary Prevent Team;
Trading with Schools, Teaching and Learning Consultant (Equalities
and Prevent) and;
Bristol City Council.
A password is required for the film (toler8), this is also written within the lesson plan.