Many of our schools have reported seeing a rise in misogynist incidents happening in school, experiencing the verbal harassment of female teachers from some students, who often resonate with the views of self-styled influencers.
Under the Equality Act, schools should have due regard to eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation. This should include addressing misogyny by implementing comprehensive preventative education programmes that promote gender equality, respect and empathy.
- The Prevent Duty
- The Prevent duty: an introduction for those with safeguarding responsibilities (2022)
- Understanding and identifying radicalisation risk in your education setting (2022)
- Managing risk of radicalisation in your education setting (2022)
- Behaviour in Schools (July 2022)
- Teaching about relationships sex and health
- Educate Against Hate – Provides support, information and resources for schoolteachers to help safeguard students from radicalisation and extremism
- Prevent resources: Online Safety Resource Centre
Our updated interactive whole school Prevent Awareness training provides a clearer understanding of the roles and responsibilities of school staff towards The Prevent Duty and is available to be delivered virtually or face to face.
Call 01274 752299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.