Fat Face - building resilience to the methods and processes of radicalisation
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.


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Created: Dec 4, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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