Read our case study looking at how one primary school in Lancashire has incorporated Prevent Duty training into their school safeguarding measures. A positive approach to handling the sensitive issues of violent extremism and radicalisation underpins St Paul’s pragmatic attitude to safeguarding their pupils.
On the 7th of November 2015 I attended the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) conference in York. Speaking at the event was Mr Lee Owston, Senior HMI and Ofsted National Lead for Early Years. He explained in detail what is expected of educators and childcare professionals under the new Common Inspection Framework, and provided reassurance for practitioners who are unsure of how the British values agenda fits in with their practice.
School-Home Support. How one charity is meeting its new legal obligations with Prevent Duty training.
School-Home Support (SHS) works in areas of London where more than half the children in an average classroom will struggle to stay in education because of challenging circumstances at home. By working with SHS to introduce our Home Office approved Prevent Duty training to their entire workforce, we helped them to meet their new legal obligations and to maintain their excellent practitioner standards.