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Preventing extremism: policies

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Last updated on 16 February 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
Policy article
Are there examples of school policies on preventing extremism? Schools are not required to have distinct policies relating to the Prevent duty, though some schools choose to do so. We look at examples of anti-radicalisation policies from primary and secondary schools and a pupil referral unit (PRU).

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  1. 1 Requirements
  2. 2 Examples: primary schools
  3. 3 Example: secondary school
  4. 4 Example: PRU

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