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Posts Tagged ‘anti-radicalisation’

Lockdown in Schools – Do we need a standard procedure?

With the focus very firmly on Prevent strategy at the moment, and recent events in London and Manchester adding immediacy to the need for increased security measures in schools, it is no wonder that the issue of lockdowns is in the news. Teaching union NASUWT are calling for the government to issue a standard policy…

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What is Digital Resilience?

Digital resilience is the ability of young people to develop a critical mind-set when accessing digital information to reduce their vulnerability to potentially harmful information.   Information on the internet and social media platforms can often be presented in a very persuasive, yet misleading, manner. Digital resilience skills help young people to navigate the information,…

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Schools will need to use internet filters and teach students about being safe online

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  The Telegraph is reporting on the new government consultation that will see schools and colleges having to close loopholes in order to ensure that students are safe from online radicalisation and exploitation. Currently, schools in England only need to ‘consider’ teaching students about online safety and the new consultation seeks to make it so…

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Looking for anti-radicalisation/Prevent Duty training?

The ChildProtectionCompany.com are pleased to announce a new online course designed to help you meet your Prevent Duty. From 1st July 2015, schools and education providers have been required to prevent young people from being drawn into terrorism. Staff must know how to identify children who are at risk of radicalisation and what to do…

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Preventing extremism- your NEW legal duty

New legislation for schools From 1st July 2015, schools have been required to prevent young people from being drawn into terrorism. Staff   must know how to identify children who are at risk of radicalisation and what to do if children are identified. Have you got your training? Our NEW online Safeguarding in Education Course has…

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Teachers to spot signs of extremism

From 1st July 2015, teachers’ safeguarding duties have been extended to encompass spotting signs of extremism and radicalisation. Teachers now have a legal duty to prevent pupils from being drawn into both violent and non-violent forms of extremism. This TES article details the roles and responsibilities of teachers and also gives links to useful resources.

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