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DfE guidance for schools providing advice on promoting Fundamental British Values through the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of pupils.
Lesson plans on British values, e-safety, extremism, homophobia and propaganda. Each lesson plan has been created as a downloadable powerpoint.
Download, print and display this poster in staff areas to raise awareness of the Educate Against Hate website.
Tutorials encouraging pupils to be accepting and to challenge hatred. Topics include hate crime, online risks, refugees, the rise of right-wing extremism and push/pull factors of radicalisation.
An interactive website for children to access information about extremism, and a teachers’ area offering lesson and assembly presentation plans.
A teacher toolkit offering resources on far-right extremism, including ice-breaker activities and videos with accompanying lesson activities.
An interactive website tackling radicalisation, hate crime and right-wing extremism, taking the user on a journey and asking them to make decisions along the way.
A Prevent mythbuster explaining the facts behind some common misconceptions
PSHE resources and lesson plans to help students challenge prejudice and stereotypes. Developed by anti-extremism activist, Mike Haines.
A six-lesson unit exploring the themes presented in the He Named Me Malala documentary, including unity, peace and education in the face of terrorism . Free-registration required.
A downloadable toolkit to support teachers in considering and developing responses to terrorism, extremism, radicalisation and the Prevent policy.
Comprehensive information and lesson plans on the rule of law, understanding justice, human rights and other key aspects of the legal system.
A resource hub about far-right extremism featuring films, guides and practical guidance from across Europe.
Assemblies, lesson plans and schools programmes for educating about rights and global citizenship, covering a range of topics for all ages.
A Prevent and extremism-related resource, designed for FE students and staff, covering radicalisation, online safety, critical thinking and British values.
Lesson plans, student resources and teacher briefings on topical issues relating to fundamental British values, citizenship and equality.
A framework to facilitate classroom discussions in the event of a terrorist attack.
A downloadable booklet for teachers about how to increase your pupils’ resilience to extremism, produced by Educate Against Hate.
Statutory advice for FE institutions on safeguarding young people from being drawn into terrorism.
Lesson plans on propaganda, conspiracy theories, extremism, faith and e-safety. Each lesson plan has been created as a downloadable powerpoint.
Guidance on how to talk about antisemitism and the Israel-Palestine conflict in the classroom.
Guides and resources for setting up a debate club in your school, together with details on the Institute of Ideas’ National Debating Matters Competition.
A briefing, lesson plan and dilemma-based activities to teach the principles of the rules of war.
Learning initiatives and resources to improve your pupils' understanding of the law, plus how to invite legal professionals into your classroom.
A programme of activities exploring how democracy works, encouraging pupils to become active members of society.
Guidance on how to invite a member of the House of Lords to visit your school or college to answer questions about their work and role in our parliamentary system.
Information on the Parliamentary Education Centre, how to arrange a visit for your class, and teaching resources about democracy and Parliament.
Short films and classroom exercises to encourage your pupils to think for themselves and build their resilience to extremism.
An online interactive fictional trial, where the viewer learns about court process and compares their own verdict with that of the jury.
Magistrates who visit schools, colleges and community groups to discuss how our justice system works, including how verdicts and sentences are decided.
Teaching materials for pupils from year 6 to year 13 for teaching and practising dialogue and encourage critical thinking, plus practical guidance on managing difficult discussions.
Videos and lesson plans that explore and challenge extremist ideologies, created by a coalition of interfaith communities in Cardiff.
An educational resource pack exploring the history of Bosnia-Herzegovina and issues relating to genocide. Suitable for year 9 upwards.
A Prevent e-Learning training package to help implement the Prevent duty.
A link to quickly and anonymously report online material promoting terrorism or extremism.
Produced by the Home Office, details of resources and training courses to help meet the Prevent duty.
Non-statutory guidance on preventing children and young people from being drawn into terrorism for schools and childcare providers.
Statutory guidance to help schools and colleges carry out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of their pupils.
A series of key stage 3 lesson plans using the London 7/7 bombings as a starting point for discussion.
Since 9/11 key stage 4 resources and guidance to teach tolerance and respect for all religions.
Teaching resources including webinars and films on faith and cultural diversity to compliment the national curriculum.
A detailed, downloadable teaching unit to help develop students' skills in thinking and talking about moral issues.
Prevent-related lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations and other learning resources suitable for key stage 2 and 4.
A Metropolitan police fact file including what is and is not defined as terrorism, and links to contact the Met.
Statutory guidance for local authorities and agencies working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in their care.
A guide for schools on how terrorist groups use social media to radicalise young people online.
Current Prevent duty guidance for schools and childcare providers about preventing pupils from being drawn into terrorism.