How can this
resource help?

Subject area:
Extremism, Fundamental British Values, Prevent duty, Radicalisation, Reporting concerns, Safeguarding, Terrorism
Teacher guidance, Training
Videos, Web pages

This resource aims to support staff in safeguarding pupils as part of a whole-school approach to implementing the Prevent duty. The resource includes five sections: 

  • Understanding vulnerability 
  • A whole-school approach: policy, practice and planning 
  • The grooming process 
  • The safeguarding process 
  • Radicalisation case-study 

The videos included in this hub would work well as part of a staff training or INSET day. The resource was created by London Grid for Learning, in collaboration with school practitioners and extremism experts. 


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You should use any resources on this website at your own discretion. When selecting resources and materials to use, schools may find it helpful to review guidance produced by the Department for Education on using external agencies.  


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Preventing radicalisation in schools

LGfL counter-extremism hub for accessing all training videos.