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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).

BBC Wales News 5.2.2020 Roath Park Challenging Extremism

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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