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McMillan Nursery School

Today's children are tomorrow's future

PREVENT

 

The Prevent duty is a duty on all schools and registered early years providers to have due regard to preventing people being drawn into terrorism.

 

What is radicalisation?

It is when a person starts to support terrorism or forms of extremism that leads to terrorism.

  • They are usually 13 years old or upwards but not always.
  • They may have a personality or identity crisis.
  • They may have unmet aspirations or have a personal crisis.
  • They may have a need for adventure or excitement.
  • They may feel that their culture or religion is under threat.
  • Individuals may feel socially isolated or suffering depression.
  • They may demonstrate criminal behaviour.
  • They may be groomed by others who promise them excitement, glory or freedom.

What are the signs?

  • Overly sensitive about online viewing.
  • Feeling isolated or expressions of “us and them” mentality.
  • Becoming more argumentative or domineering in their viewpoint – quick to condemn those who disagree with their opinions.
  • Downloading extremism content.
  • Social isolation – especially if they had been social previously.
  • Abnormal routines or travel patterns.
  • Altered appearance.

 

For more information about the PREVENT duty click the link below: 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/protecting-children-from-radicalisation-the-prevent-duty