The Prevent Duty And its implications for schools
On December 22nd 2015 the Department for Education launched a consultation on revisions to the statutory guidance on keeping children safe in education.
A key focus of the consultation is online safety and the threat posed from extremist material. School leaders have become increasingly aware of the risks to pupils, staff and the wider community of radicalisation.
To assist schools with their response to this consultation and in satisfying their duty to prevent pupils from being drawn into terrorism, Grebot Donnelly and Winckworth Sherwood have produced a White Paper which seeks to offer advice, observations and specific comments from a legal and PR perspective.
Prevent duty seminar
for Education, Home Office, CEO of a large Multi Academy Trust, Mark Keary, Principal at Bethnal Green Academy & CEO of the
Green Spring Education Trust, Winckworth Sherwood and Grebot Donnelly.
- How can best practice spread?
- Are parents engaging with Prevent?
- What resources are available to support schools?
- What impact is Prevent having on the discussion of religious beliefs?
- What should you do if there is sudden media interest?
- Are we expecting too much from schools?
Location: Winckworth Sherwood, Minerva House, 5 Montague Close, London, SE1 9BB