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  • Reception 93.61%
  • Year 1 94.11%
  • Year 2 96.62%
  • Year 3 95.83%
  • Year 4 95.75%
  • Year 5 95.74%
  • Year 6 95.34%

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Radicalisation

PREVENTING RADICALISATION AND EXTREMISM

 

“Clore Tikva nurtures a love for learning, where Jewish values and respect for others and ourselves are at the heart of a warm, caring community”

 

Radicalisation is defined as the act or process of making a person more radical of extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions, institutions or habit of the mind.

 

Extremism is defined as the holding of extreme political or religious view.

 

At Clore Tikva Primary School we have a zero tolerance approach to extremist behaviour for all school community members.  We rely on Jewish values to steer our work and ensure the pastoral care of our children protects them from exposure to negative influences.

 

We at Clore Tikva School are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its children. As a school we recognise that safeguarding against radicalisation is no different from safeguarding against any other vulnerability. All staff and children are expected ti uphold and promote the fundamental principles of British values including, democracy, the rule of law, individual liberties and mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

 

Staff have regular opportunities for training on SMSC, Jewish Studies and RE with a whole school integrated approach.

 

  • Children are encouraged to adopt these key “British Values”/”Jewish values” of tolerance, respect, understanding, compassion and harmonious living.
  • Children are helped to understand the importance of democracy and freedom of speech, through: – assemblies, quality texts, SMSC, RE and PSHE.
  • Children are taught how to keep themselves safe, in school and when using the internet.
  • Children participate in local community events so that they can appreciate and value their neighbours and friends who may or may not share their faith backgrounds.
  • Children’s well – being, confidence and resilience are promoted through all areas of the curriculum and in extra-curricular learning opportunities.
  • Children are supported in making good choices from a very young age, so they understand the impact, and consequences of their action on others.
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