Radicalisation: staff factsheet

Download your ready-made resources here

Share this factsheet on radicalisation with your staff to help them be aware of:

  • What radicalisation is and how it happens
  • Who's more likely to be at risk
  • What signs to look out for
  • What to do if they have concerns

You could either use it as a basis for talking about the issue at a staff meeting, or send it round for staff to read themselves. Please note, you should include local procedures where indicated, or delete the yellow highlighted text before sharing.

Want to make it more interactive? Use these questions to start a discussion:

  • What stereotypes might get in the way of us noticing signs of radicalisation?
  • What can we do to help prevent children being groomed by extremists?
  • How are children harmed by radicalisation? Who else could be at risk of harm?

Next ...

... follow up with our safeguarding scenario on radicalisation.

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