Questions & Answers

Resources are available to help you keep children safe from extremism and radicalisation.

The Prevent e-Learning training package is an introductory training that provides a foundation on which to develop further knowledge around the risks of radicalisation and the roles involved in supporting those at risk.

Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP) is an interactive facilitated workshop centred on a package of video content. The workshop explains the purpose of Prevent, the process of radicalisation, how to identify when someone may be vulnerable to radicalisation, how to raise concerns and what a proportionate response looks like.

If you would like personalised WRAP training, local Prevent partners may be able to offer you support in organising a workshop. You should contact your local authority who will advise you.

Channel General Awareness training is an online course that raises awareness of the Channel process and how Prevent works to provide a proportionate response to support vulnerable people within the non-criminal space. The course is aimed at frontline and strategic/safeguarding staff across public sector organisations such as police, social services, probation, education and health staff, as well as the community.

The London Grid for Learning has produced an interactive online video resource, ‘Counter-Extremism – narratives and conversations’, which supports the safeguarding of young people, and helps facilitate discussion on respect, tolerance, community cohesion and shared values. It lays out principles that apply equally to all forms of extremism, including the far- right, and highlights that mainstream Islam and Daesh are worlds apart.

The Prevent for Further Education and Training website has been created by the Education and Training Foundation and contains resources relevant to the education sector. It provides guidance, sample risk assessments, policies and procedures, and links to website resources and videos.

Popular Resources

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.

Session plans for young people, exploring how democracy works and encouraging students to see themselves as active members of society.

Short films and classroom exercises which encourage critical thinking and challenge myths in order to build resilience to extremism.

Lawyers who work with small groups of students to explore a range of legal topics, such as human rights, consumer law and intellectual property.

Magistrates who visit schools, colleges and community groups to discuss how our justice system works, including how verdicts and sentences are decided.

Ways to engage with the democratic process at Westminster, including augmented reality experiences at the Parliamentary Education Centre.

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.