Whilst there are no new legal requirements, the changes provide greater clarity, practical advice and signposting to best practice - this includes the ideological causes of terrorism, managing risk, information sharing and updated terminology - and Ofsted inspectors will be using the guidance to better support inspection of Prevent duty.
The DfE has also produced new risk assessment templates (Prevent duty: risk assessment templates - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) for all education phases and refreshed guidance for DSLs and those with safeguarding responsibilities (The Prevent duty: safeguarding learners vulnerable to radicalisation - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Where can I find further information?
Read the updated guidance found here: Prevent duty guidance (Prevent duty guidance: Guidance for specified authorities in England and Wales (publishing.service.gov.uk)
Read the DFE briefing note and additional guidance Government publications prevent-duty-guidance (Prevent duty guidance: England and Wales (2023) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Access Free Prevent Training, led by Contact Geoff Thomas Warwickshire Prevent Co-ordinator email@example.com
The booking form for this can be found here: Prevent training book here
Access Further information for Prevent guidance and training via Safe in Warwickshire page found here: Radicalisation – Safe in Warwickshire
Join us at our DSL network on 7th December 6.30pm -7.30pm where we will be looking at this updated Guidance together with Geoff Thomas, Warwickshire Prevent Coordinator.