Preventing radicalisation and extremism
The Prevent duty 2015 is clear in its requirement - all staff must receive awareness training that equips them to 'identify children at risk of being drawn into terrorism and to challenge extremist ideas'.
Yet this is unfamiliar territory for most in schools, and knowing how to fulfil this responsibility is a challenge we all must work to address.
Use our practical training materials to help you know how to prevent radicalisation of vulnerable pupils. Training will cover:
- legal changes: clarify your new legal duties under the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015
- recognising signs: know how to identify and assess risk of radicalisation in your students
- responding to suspicions: understand the next steps to take to respond to and report cases of extremist behaviour.
Have you also seen our other training to help you prevent radicalisation?
Use our Governor briefing to help your governing body understand their needs.
Brief your senior team on what new Prevent guidance means to them with our concise SLT briefing.
Download our webinar on preparing for Ofsted and compliance with the Prevent duty