The Prevent Agenda in Leeds
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The Prevent section is under the TEAMS AND SERVICES heading.
The area has been redesigned with headings for:
Prevent Referrals and Channel Audit (Self-Assessment),Training, Teaching Resources and Security (under development)
All policy updates, training opportunities and other resources to support your teaching will be placed on this site.
The Prevent self-assessment checklist
The Prevent self-assessment checklist will enable schools to consider the systems they have in place to safeguard individuals from extremist narratives and to ensure that staff are sufficiently equipped to support vulnerable individuals and promote a culture of mutual respect and tolerance. The four themes that should be considered are:
- Leadership and accountability
- Reporting and referral routes
The self-assessment template provides further information on the areas to consider under each theme. It is advised that these are re-visited on a periodical basis.
Please click the following link: Prevent - self assessment checklist
Addressing extremism and radicalisation KS4 lesson plans
A series of four lesson plans for key stage 4 with a specific focus on addressing extremism and radicalisation of all kinds, from the PSHE Association, commissioned by Medway Public Health Directorate. Please click this link to access the unit of work: https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/curriculum-and-resources/resources/addressing-extremism-and-radicalisation-lesson
3D Dimensions Curriculum
In line with the Prevent Strategy, 3D Dimensions Curriculum have produced units of work for both KS1 and KS2 to enable primary schools to teach about Extremism and Radicalisation.
KS1 Suitable for using in class or as an assembly resource. 3D PSHE KS1 Extremism and Radicalisation begins by focusing on the concept of fact and opinion, moving on to the idea of right and wrong, in three fully planned and resourced sessions.
KS2 This KS2 resource is a standalone unit, allowing schools to decide which year group to use it with. It is especially recommended for use with Upper Key Stage 2 pupils. This unit deals with this difficult topic in an effective and yet sensitive way. The unit comes as a digital download, with five fully-resourced lesson plans, innovative animation and a stimulating paperback story book.
Free teaching resources covering 5 key curriculum areas including History, Citizenship, RE, Art & Design & English. The Education Programme resources help to demonstrate your school's commitment to the Prevent Duty and can be used to promote Fundamental British Values.
You can also explore other guidance and resources on teaching controversial issues, or to enquire about having SINCE 9/11 deliver in your school.
NSPCC. Follow this link for curriculum linked classroom resources addressing difficult topics with pupils. There are also resources to support professional development such as books, research papers and DVD’s.
Protecting personal information online - PSHE
The Information Commissioner's Office is the UK's independent authority based around upholding personal information rights. The internet is a great resource for children in both learning and social interaction, and as more young people start using it at an earlier age, it becomes vital to teach them about protecting their information online.
Teaching internet safety as part of PSHE lessons is a great opportunity to give children the tools and knowledge to take control of their online presence, and understand the value of their personal information and how to protect it.
- What personal data is and why it's important.
- How personal information is used.
- How to keep personal and private information safe.
- What our rights are.
Please click here for the link to these resources and the ICO website: http://ico.org.uk/schools/pshe-lesson-plans
Childnet has created a resource which is designed to support teachers in exploring critical thinking online. The main aim of this resource is to educate young people around inaccurate and pervasive information that they might come across online.
Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation working with online safety experts to bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online.
We aim to bring you
Advice on important e-safety issues
News and advice from industry experts
Guidance on setting parental controls and filters
Reviews on the latest technology and apps
Find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. If you look after young people there’s an area for you too – with resources you can use in the classroom or at home. Most importantly, there’s also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online. All the information here is brought to you by the team at the NCA's CEOP Command.
THINK! has lessons plans, documents, films and games to support children and young people's understanding of how to stay safe on the roads.
KNIFE CRIME Free Resources from the Home Office KS3 & 4
The PSHE Association have created new PSHE education lessons to challenge the myths and communicate the realities of carrying a knife to secondary school students, using the Home Office #knifefree campaign as stimulus for discussion.Find the lessons here
ACT for Youth: RUN HIDE TELL
Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP) have collaborated with specialists from the PSHE Association and Girlguiding to take terrorism safety advice into the UK’s classrooms and youth organisations for the first time.
Security experts from CTP have commissioned the creation of an animated core film designed to teach young people how to react if caught up in an a gun or knife terror attack. The film aimed at 11 to 16 year olds will also show them what to do if they see suspicious behaviour or a suspicious item.