Counter Terrorism Police have now launched the first stage of their first ever safety campaign aimed at children and teenagers. Hate Crime
Resources, Guidance and Articles
Preventing Extremism - Teaching and learning resource
Lesson on extremism Key Stage 3 or 4
Gloucestershire's Hate Crime Plan, 2016 to 2021 - The Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire said we must do more to stop hate crime. They asked for this Plan to be written.
Run, Hide, Tell: Advice for Young People
Right now, terrorism is a real threat and even though attacks are rare, there are things you can do to stay safe. View the 2 videos below which gives advice on what to do if threatened:
This is an initiative designed to provide greater understanding of PREVENT and to challenge all forms of extremism, be that Right Wing, Hardline Activists or Religious Extremist. By highlighting the issues and initiating discussions around the potential threats these create, we can develop a greater understanding and wider awareness.
Can you SPOT THE SIGNS?
*Click on the graphic above to go through an interactive scenario*
Preventing and challenging extremism through PSHE education; Resources to support teaching
- /A generic framework for discussing a terrorist attack - July 2016.pdf
- /Preventing & challenging extremism through PSHE education - Resources to support teaching (List of suggested resourses - final).pdf
- /PSHE Education Programme of Study (Key stage 1-5)_Jan 2017.pdf
- /Ten Principles of PSHE Education.pdf
- /What are the expectations on schools to respond to concerns raised by extremism (Ofsted & ISI expectations).pdf
Extremism lessons - Understanding & preventing extremism
ACT For YOUTH - report 28/09/2017
Counter Terrorism Police have now launched stage one of their first ever safety campaign aimed at children and teenagers.
Designed to teach 11-16 year olds how to act in the unlikely event they are caught in a gun or knife attack, the ACT for YOUTH campaign reinvents the successful ‘Run, Hide, Tell’ public information films for a new generation.
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