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Talk It Over

Talk It Over is a resource designed to support educators in facilitating honest conversations on online hate and how to tackle it.
Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Hate crime, Online safety
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Zip

Going Too Far?

Interactive classroom resource aiming to help secondary pupils understand extremism and how certain online behaviour may be illegal or dangerous.
Subject area:
Extremism, Online safety
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson plan
Format:
Videos, Web pages

InSight: Building Young People’s Resilience To Radicalisation and Extremism

Document for educators including guidance, classroom resources and activities which aims to build young people’s resilience to radicalisation and extremism.
Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Extremism, Radicalisation, Terrorism
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson plan, Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf

Act Early

An informative website providing guidance and support for anyone who is concerned that someone they know may be at risk of radicalisation or extremism.
Subject area:
Prevent duty, Radicalisation, Reporting concerns, Safeguarding, Terrorism
Resources:
Reporting tool
Format:
Web pages

Be Internet Citizens

A suite of materials on the topics of fake news, emotional manipulation, us and them narratives and online hate speech.
Subject area:
Hate crime, Online safety, Prejudice, Refugees, Religion, Safeguarding, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

Stand Up!

Teaching resources to help schools teach about tolerance and discrimination to secondary school pupils.
Subject area:
Hate crime, Prejudice, Religion, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

Walls

A PHSE lesson for secondary school pupils centred around a film about community cohesion.
Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Extremism, Hate crime, Prejudice, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Presentation slides, Videos, Web pages

Resilience

Detailed guidance for teachers to help tackle controversial issues that may arise in RE lessons, plus sample lesson plans.
Subject area:
Debate and discussion, Extremism, Religion, Stereotyping
Resources:
Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf, Word document

SAFE

A Metropolitan police fact file including what is and is not defined as terrorism, and links to contact the Met.
Subject area:
Terrorism
Resources:
Fact sheet
Format:
Web pages

Fat Face

Lesson plan and short film to teach Year 6 and above about radicalisation and extremism.
Subject area:
Extremism, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 2, KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

No Love For Hate

Tutorials encourage pupils to be accepting and to challenge hatred, while understanding the risks of extremism and radicalisation.
Subject area:
Extremism, Hate crime, Radicalisation, Refugees
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson plan, Posters
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Word document

Reclaim Radical

A teacher toolkit offering resources that tackle far-right extremism, including ice-breaker activities and videos with accompanying lesson activities.
Subject area:
Extremism
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf, Videos

Side by Side

A Prevent and extremism-related resource, designed for FE students and staff, covering radicalisation, online safety, critical thinking and British values.
Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Online safety, Prevent duty, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 5
Resources:
Training
Format:
Interactive site

Extreme Dialogue

Hard-hitting films of real people affected by radicalisation to enable teachers to show young people all the faces of extremism.
Subject area:
Extremism, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

Essentials of Dialogue

Students need tools to build societies that welcome diversity and encourage an open-minded and inclusive approach. To support this, teachers need straightforward and simple classroom activities. Essentials of Dialogue is a resource for use in classrooms with year 6 to year 13 to help build skills of dialogue and critical thinking in young people, plus practical […]
Subject area:
Debate and discussion
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
Format:
Pdf

NSPCC

Tips on talking to children about terrorism and protecting children from radicalisation.
Subject area:
Radicalisation, Terrorism
Resources:
Parent information
Format:
Videos, Web pages

FAST

The FAST website provides support for families whose children have travelled to conflict zones or who may be about to plot, or commit, acts of terror in the UK.
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