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Prevent Guidance for Schools

Through the Statutory Prevent Duty and the Ofsted Framework schools need to work with partners to keep pupils and students safe from radicalisation and extremism. Links to national and local documents can be found to the left of this page. Websites listed that support teaching and learning about terrorism are offered for schools to review and use if appropriate. They are not necessarily recommended.
 
Schools can seek guidance and advice on Prevent from the Partnership Community Safety Team's Nahida Shaikh on (01273) 290584
 
Any concerns about individual children and young people should be reported to the Multi-agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) 01273 290400

Training

Training is one of the key ways a school can ensure compliance with the Prevent Duty. More information about training to comply with the Prevent Duty can be found on the folder to the left along with links to training e-learning and other products. 

WRAP Training

Following a Trainer of the Trainers event several schools now have a member of staff able to provide the Home Office developed Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent in their own schools and clusters. In addition, staff within Families, Children and Learning have also been training and can deliver this workshop in 1 and a half slots in educational settings.

Secondary Schools requiring this training please contact Dion Page-Hammond Dion.Page-Hammond@brighton-hove.gcsx.gov.uk

Primary Schools requiring this training please contact Dion as above or Sam Beal sam.beal@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Early Years settings requiring this training please contact Christine Booth at EMAS Christine.Booth@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Far Right Aware

Far-Right Aware Training is also available to schools. Please contact as for the WRAP training above.


Reporting online extremism

The internet and social media provides many opportunities for those with extreme views to target young or vulnerable individuals through internet enabled devices whether in their own homes or remotely.  Tackling extremist material is important to protect the public and prevent offences that incite or promote terrorism and extremism.

The Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU) was formed in 2010 to investigate and remove online material which breaches UK Terrorism Act legislation.  CTIRU depends on information from the public and communities in our efforts to keep us all safe.  We are asking anyone who has concerns about online content to report it by visiting this website STOP Terrorists’ & Extremists’ 
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