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Challenging Extremism Project

Since 2016, Roath Park has worked with Kitchener Primary School and Severn Primary School to develop a “challenging extremism” project. This project, funded with Erasmus + European Funding, has been designed for Year 6 pupils and teachers. The programme teaches the following:

  • LESSON 1 – WHAT MAKES A GOOD CITIZEN?
  • LESSON 2 – WHAT IS A STEREOTYPE?
  • LESSON 3 – CAN I SHARE AN OPINION SENSITIVELY AND RESPECT THE OPINION OF OTHERS?
  • LESSON 4 – WHAT IS POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EXTREMISM?
  • LESSON 5 – NEGATIVE EXTREMISM: PROPAGANDA
  • LESSON 6 – DO YOU HAVE A VOICE?

 

If you would like more information about the project then please contact Michael Parsons, our Curriculum Professional Leader (contact form below).

Challenging Extremism Project

Uploaded by Jonathan Keohane on 2019-10-08.

Cardiff Central MP, Jo Stevens, has visited to find out about the programme:

Cardiff Central MP, Jo Stevens, has visited to find out about the programme: 1

How we have helped other schools:

Our team have attended training events across Wales to train teachers in using the programme. So far we have held training in:

 

Llandrindod Wells 

Cardiff

Mold 

Contact the Curriculum Lead Professional (Michael Parsons)

If you have a question about the Challenging Extremism Programme then please feel free to contact the school:


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