Educate Against Hate is a resource hub, created by the Department for Education (DfE) and the Home Office, that gives teachers, parents and school leaders practical advice and information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation. The website offers a range of resources for school professionals, from Prevent duty implementation guidance to lesson plans and classroom discussion topics.
Earlier this year, the DfE commissioned the Association of Citizenship Teaching (ACT) to develop resources to support teachers to lead knowledge-based classroom debates with their pupils on topical issues relating to extremism, fundamental British values, equality, and contemporary political and social issues. The first set in a series was launched on 4 July and focuses on the topic of religious freedom. The new resources, called 'The Deliberative Classroom', are available on the Educate Against Hate website.
Page Published: 17/07/2017