Radlicalisation Policy

AADA is committed to providing a secure environment for our pupils, staff and volunteers to ensure everyone feels safe and are kept safe. We recognise that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.

This Policy is written in accordance with The Children’s Act 2004 and “Working Together to Safeguard Children” guidance 2015.

 

As part of a wider safeguarding responsibility AADA will be aware of the following:

  • Any disclosure of exposure to extremist actions, views or material whilst outside of AADA classes e.g. whilst at home or other community groups
  • Any symbols, text or artwork promoting extremist messages/images/actions
  • Students accessing material online via social media
  • Changes in behaviour, friendships, actions and requests for assistance
  • Reports from educational settings, local authority services and police reporting issues affecting students in local schools/community settings
  • Students voicing opinion from extreme ideas
  • Use of extremist terms against others to exclude or provoke violence
  • Intolerance of difference to gender, disability, homophobia, race, religion, culture etc
  • Attempts to inflict extremist views on others

 

 

We aim to ensure our teaching approaches help students to build resilience to extremism and promote a positive sense of identity. We will promote a mutual respect and tolerance to those with different faith and beliefs including those with no faith. 

 

If there are any concerns of radicalisation or extremism, reference should be made to our child protection policy for procedures to follow.

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