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Anti-racism and mental health in schools resources (Anna Freud)

Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

Experiencing racism has significant mental health consequences for young people. That’s why all schools need to consider anti-racism as part of their whole-school approach to mental health. This set of 10 resources is designed around our 5 Steps framework, which supports educators to create a whole-school approach to mental health and wellbeing. There are resources for reviewing and writing policies, improving staff knowledge and confidence, and supporting students and staff who experience racism. The resources can be worked through as a full set, but they can also be used individually, depending on which areas are current priorities for your school.

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Brook Education Resources

Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Professionals

A large library of resources including handouts, videos and learning too support the RSE curriculum.

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Educate against Hate

Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Higher Education

Government advice and trusted resources for schools to safeguard students from radicalisation, build resilience to all types of extremism and promote shared values.

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Hate Crime

Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

A resource package aimed at supporting schools to increase pupil’s awareness of different types of hate crime and prejudice, and how to challenge it. The Crown Prosecution Service, National Union of Teachers, community groups and pupils from all over the country have worked together to produce these resources. Many of the themes covered are based on real-life experiences of young people and can be used as a starting point for discussing what can be difficult and sensitive themes. A range of activities are also included.

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Uniform database

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We are regularly sent images of students in school uniform from police forces across the country and asked if we recognise the school the student attends. In order to assist the officers and staff to identify potential victims of grooming, sexual abuse and other crimes, we are encouraging schools to sign up to our School Uniform database. This will help us to identify the child more promptly potentially save a child from becoming the victim of crime and/or enable them to receive support from the police and partner agencies.

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Being trauma informed

In this module, we look at what it means to be trauma informed and to understand what adverse childhood experiences are.

In this section, we will look at trauma informed policing and how it represents a change in the way we work with young offenders, recognising and addressing their vulnerability as well as their criminal behaviour.

The above video provides an overview of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how having a trauma informed approach can support young offenders.