15 June 2015
This not a research-based resource. It is a toolkit prepared by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (now Department for Education) in response to the first iteration of the Prevent Strategy in 2008 and was aimed to help schools contribute to the prevention of violent extremism. Although the policy it refers to has since been updated, some of its content may still be of use to schools.
It can be Learning Together to be Safe.
An evaluation of how schools responded to the Prevent strategy was undertaken in 2010 and this can be DFE Community Cohesion and Prevent How have schools responded.
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