How can this
resource help?

Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Extremism, Hate crime, Prejudice, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Presentation slides, Videos, Web pages

Walls is a film co-developed with eight students from St Wilfred’s C of E Academy in Blackburn and the Blackburn Prevent team to promote community cohesion and tackle extremism. The film and the accompanying PowerPoint slides aim to generate discussion amongst secondary school students within a PHSE lesson about hate crime, prejudice and stereotyping.


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Walls logo
Walls Film

A film focusing on two friends whose families believe that the ‘other’ is causing trouble in their communities.

Walls PowerPoint slides

Accompanying PowerPoint slides to the Walls film which aims to generate discussion about the film’s messages.