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Introduction

In June 2015 the Department for Education issued advice to schools under the Prevent Duty. This guidance is to help school understand the Prevent Duty and how to prevent young people from being drawn into terrorism.

Preston School responsibilities

  • Staff are to be able to identify students who may be vulnerable to radicalisation
  • Staff know what to do when a student is identified as vulnerable to radicalisation
  • Protect young children from harm both within their family and or other outside influences
  • Develop students resilience
  • Promote students confidence to challenge extremist views
  • Promote British values
  • Provide a safe place for students to develop knowledge and understanding of the risks associated with terrorism
  • Have an awareness of local context risks and issues around radicalisation
  • Provide guidance to all stakeholders about the risks to young people of radicalisation including through the use of social media and the internet
  • All adults working on site to be safeguard trained and have an awareness of how to keep children safe in education
  • Have clear safeguarding policies and procedures
  • Have a lead and deputy safeguarding officer
  • Make a referral to appropriate organisations (Channel programme, LSCB)
  • Staff all trained on radicalisation and how to identify vulnerable students who are at risk of it
  • Follow LSCB guidance on radicalisation

 

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