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A Goodbye To 2022/23: A look back at some of the best resources and blogs we’ve added this academic year

July marks both the end of another academic year for schools and colleges, and the start of the summer holidays and a well-earned rest for teachers and students alike. We’ve spent some time looking back on the new resources and blogs we’ve added this academic year and we’ve highlighted a few of our favourites below.  

We’ll have lots of tools, resources and support to share from next month onward to help you plan ahead for the next academic year, until then take a look at some of our 2022/23 highlights.


The Prevent duty: safeguarding learners vulnerable to radicalisation 


Our handbook for designated safeguarding leads to help them protect learners from radicalisation launched in October 2022 and has been viewed over 40,000 times. The guidance includes sections on:  

Although this guidance is primarily for designated safeguarding leads, the chapters on identifying risk can help teachers understand which of their students might be susceptible to extremism and understand how they can support them.  


Further education tab 


In April this year we added a brand new tab to the Educate Against Hate website dedicated to supporting further education settings. In 23/24 we’ll be looking to add more content aimed at further education settings, adding to our range of existing resources that includes:  

A picture of the landing page for further education

Stand Up! Addressing hate crime in the classroom  


A fantastic blog post from our friends at ‘Stand Up!’ on how teachers can discuss hate crime with their students. The post shared insights on how to create an environment where you can openly discuss sensitive topics with students, and highlights some of the best resources for tackling the topic of hate crime with young people. 

Image of Stand Up! delivering a workshop to a classroom of young people. 

Educate Against Hate Calendar 22/23  


We launched our very first Educate Against Hate calendar in September 2022, designed to highlight awareness dates in your diary and flag the most relevant and useful resources. The calendar can help you look ahead and anticipate opportunities to have difficult classroom conversations on extremism, radicalisation and online safety with your students.

We’re working on a calendar for the next academic year and it will be improved with the feedback we’ve received on last year’s iteration – so watch this space for a brand new calendar launching in August 2023.  

A preview of the 2023/2024 educate against hate calendar

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