Radicalisation and extremism information for schools – Prevent

The local Prevent Board has a number of resources for schools:

See teaching materials from the Red Cross:

http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Teaching-resources/Quick-activities/Paris-attacks

EMA Network is able to offer training to support schools to implement good practice. Contact Janet Gleghorn to request traded follow-up support: Janet.gleghorn@milton-keynes.gov.uk. We advise that all frontline staff in schools should have completed the WRAP training as a minimum.

A wide range of information and teaching resources are available, which include:

The birth of a terrorist lesson plan
The birth of a terrorist presentation
The diary of a badman lesson plan
The diary of a badman toolkit
How social media is used to encourage travel to Syria and Iraq (PDF, 673KB)

Advice to parents carers on radicalisation extremism

The Let’s Talk About It website is a useful tool: http://www.ltai.info/

There is updated information about When Chemistry Goes Bang: When chemistry goes bang! update (DOCX, 15KB)
http://www.michaelhhallett.com/store/chemistry.html

If schools would like to discuss issues around Prevent, contact Thames Valley Police Prevent Officer, or the MK Council Improvement Partner for Inclusion linda.bartlett@milton-keynes.gov.uk

 

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