Published by the government in July 2015, the Prevent Duty outlines the expectations placed on schools and other childcare providers to protect children and young people from radicalisation and extremism.
They adjudge extremism to constitute views, attitudes or behaviours which run contrary to core British values such as democracy, the rule of law and individual liberty.
At Southfield Park we prepare and protect the children from these dangers by our focus on community. Our SHINE ethos forms an incredibly important part of this, but so do many of our topics and projects within class and in wider school life.
Below you will find the main ways that Southfield Park supports our pupils towards becoming engaged citizens of a modern, global and increasingly complex world.