All schools are required by law to have ‘due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism’.  This is known as the Prevent duty.

In support of this schools can build students’ resilience to radicalisation by promoting British Values and enabling them to challenge extremism.  In this schools provide a safe place in which students and staff can debate controversial issues, providing people with the tools to challenge extremist arguments.

The curriculum at Stretford Grammar School whether in terms of content or the skills developed through delivery provides students with time to explore sensitive or controversial issues and equip them with the knowledge and skills to understand and manage difficult situations.

The link below will take you to an overview of the opportunities in the curriculum for students to undertake this study and develop these skills.