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Policing: Lesson materials

PSHE, Crime/ASB, Prevent, Safeguarding, Violence | KS3, KS4, Professional

The following lesson plans and resources hold the PSHE Association Quality Mark for effective practice in PSHE education. They have been created by national bodies and government departments to address a range of issues related to crime and young people. We are highlighting these materials so that our network of PSHE teachers have a range of high quality lesson plans to use, and to provide models of good practice for police staff.

  • Disrespect Nobody
  • Run Hide Tell
  • Gangs: Managing Risks and Staying Safe
  • Anti Fraud Education
  • #Knifefree

Radicalisation

Prevent | KS3, KS4

The pack is led by a power-point presentation, with video. A set of guidance notes leads the facilitator through the power-point presentation and contains suggestions for class activities. The Counter Terrorism and Security Act of 2015 places a duty on certain bodies to have due regard to the need to prevent terrorism. This package has been produced by Avon and Somerset Constabulary in partnership with Bristol City Council as part of their Trading with Schools materials and represents a partnership approach. The package is not specific to Bristol and may be used in any area. This lesson plan is written by qualified teachers in Bristol. The Home Office have listed it on their list of resources for countering radicalisation (Prevent) and it is listed with the Time Education Supplement website.

Think: Protect: Connect Toolkit

Diversity, Prevent, Safeguarding | SEN

The Think: Protect: Connect toolkit aims to provide schools, colleges and youth settings with a range of resources to safeguard young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) from online radicalisation and extremism.The key aims of this toolkit are to:

  • Increase young people’s awareness, knowledge and understanding of online radicalisation and extremism and its causes
  • Develop young people’s personal resilience to extremism and radicalisation
  • Challenge stereotypes held by young people about certain individuals and groups
  • Equip young people with critical thinking skills to empower them to explore and challenge a range of sensitive topics including use of online propaganda and extremist ideologies
  • Enable young people to gain a number of transferable life skills that they can draw on in the future.

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