Here you will find Q&As and resources to help you understand extremism and your responsibilities as a teacher.

Questions & Answers


A mythbuster to explain the facts behind some common misconceptions about Prevent
There is no room for hate in the classroom - help students challenge stereotypes and prejudice with this interactive PSHE resource and lesson plan.
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 to docacademy is required for access.
Guidance to support schools and teachers as they consider and develop their response to terrorism, extremism, radicalisation and the Prevent policy.
Comprehensive lesson plans and background information to promote education regarding fundamental aspects of the legal system.
The first pan-European resource to offer practical guidance on countering far-right extremism across Europe.
A wide range of resources to support teachers with educating young people about their rights and global citizenship.
A free Prevent and extremism-related resource for FE students and staff, covering radicalisation and extremism, online safety, critical thinking and British values.
Resources to support teachers lead knowledge based discussions with students on topical issues relating to fundamental British values, citizenship and equality
A framework for schools to use to facilitate classroom discussions in the event of a terrorist attack.
A step-by-step guide on how to implement the Prevent duty in your school from the London borough of Ealing.
What are my responsibilities under the Prevent duty? Who do I contact if I have a concern?
How is extremism relevant to me? Who is vulnerable? What are the warning signs?
Statutory advice for further education institutions on preventing young people from being drawn into terrorism.
Assemblies and lesson plans on topics including the refugee crisis, equality, diversity and democracy for primary, secondary and sixth-form pupils.
Suggestions and guidance on how to engage with antisemitism in the classroom, including ways to talk about the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Guides and resources for setting up a debate club in your school, and details of the Institute of Ideas’ national Debating Matters Competition.
Resources to help teach the principles of neutrality, impartiality and humanitarianism that underpin International Humanitarian Law.
Lawyers who work with small groups of students to explore a range of legal topics, such as human rights, consumer law and intellectual property.
Session plans for young people, exploring how democracy works and encouraging students to see themselves as active members of society.
Members of the House of Lords visit schools and colleges to talk and answer questions about their work and their role in our parliamentary system.
Ways to engage with the democratic process at Westminster, including augmented reality experiences at the Parliamentary Education Centre.
Short films and classroom exercises which encourage critical thinking and challenge myths in order to build resilience to extremism.
Produced by the Crown Prosecution Service, this set of resources can be used by teachers to explore and challenge disability hate crime.
Teaching resources from the Crown Prosecution Service to help explore and challenge homophobic and transphobic bullying and hate crime.
Produced by the Crown Prosecution Service, this set of resources can be used by teachers to explore racist and religious hate crime.
Teaching materials for pupils from year 6 to year 13, to develop and encourage critical thinking around topics such as religion, ethnicity and nationality.
Created by interfaith communities in Cardiff, these resources include videos and lesson plans that explore and challenge extremism.
An educational resource pack for year 9 upwards that explores the history of Bosnia-Herzegovina and issues relating to genocide.
A Prevent e-Learning training package to help implement the Prevent duty.
Anonymously report any online material promoting terrorism.
Produced by the Home Office, details of resources and training courses to help meet the Prevent duty.
Download, print and display our poster to show your fight against extremism.  
Non-statutory guidance for schools and childcare providers on preventing children and young people from being drawn into terrorism.

Statutory guidance for schools and colleges to help them carry out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

Using the London 7/7 bombings as a starting point this package provides a series of lesson plans and resources for key stage 3 students.
Key stage 4 resources to teach tolerance and respect for all faiths and religions through exploring the events, causes and consequences of 9/11.
Teaching materials mapped to the national curriculum, including webinars and short films on faith, cultural diversity and core values.
Advice on Prevent duty good practice for schools. This complements the statutory guidance on the duty.
A detailed, downloadable teaching unit from the Citizenship Foundation to help develop students' skills in thinking and talking about moral issues.
Resources from the Westminster Prevent team to help schools meet the legal requirements of their Prevent duty and other safeguarding legislation.
Prevent-related lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations and other learning resources specific to each key stage.
Run by the Metropolitan Police, the SAFE campaign provides information about terrorism and violent extremism.

Statutory guidance for local authorities and agencies working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in their care.

A guide for schools on how terrorist groups use social media to encourage travel to Syria and Iraq.

Statutory guidance for schools and childcare providers on preventing children and young people from being drawn into terrorism.