Security, Safeguarding and the Curriculum: Recommendations for effective multi-agency Prevent work in schools

Following a research project involving regional and national case studies into multi-agency work to support schools in engaging with the Prevent agenda and their duties under the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, the main report has now been completed and published.

Aimed at local authorities and academy trusts, school leaders, inspectors, police and security services and policy-makers, the report sets out a series of recommendations around effective multi-agency working, the relationship between Prevent, curriculum and SMSC, and the importance of effective community partnerships, critical thinking and media literacy in the curriculum.

To read the final report, download the Security, Safeguarding and the Curriculum report.