3D PSHE Extremism and Radicalisation
In line with the Prevent Strategy, we have produced units of work for both KS1 and KS2 to enable primary schools to effectively and sensitively teach pupils about Extremism and Radicalisation.
Extremism and Radicalisation is a difficult area to tackle with children. In fact, should we really be tackling it at all? Well, the feedback we’ve had from teachers is that many pupils are coming into school, having seen terrorist attacks on the news, with questions. Big questions. The problem is that staff aren’t trained to deal with these issues and don’t feel equipped to explain simply enough to their pupils what is going on. Well, we’ve created two great resources to deal with this difficult area.
Key Stage 2 Extremism and Radicalisation Unit
Our popular 3D PSHE KS2 Extremism and Radicalisation resource is a stand-alone unit, allowing schools to decide which year group to use it with. We would especially recommend its use with Upper Key Stage 2 pupils. This unit deals with this difficult topic in an effective and yet sensitive way. The unit comes as a digital download, with five fully-resourced lesson plans, innovative animation and a stimulating paperback story book.
Best Practice in North and West Yorkshire
We were delighted to hear that this unit was hailed as ‘best practice’ in a North Yorkshire PSHE Network in Harrogate. Perhaps they heard about us from their geographical colleagues from the City of Leeds, who invested in this resource for every primary school in their local authority.
It’s always great to hear how our resources are supporting schools and saving teachers time, delivering outstanding, engaging and fun lessons.