Think Global's survey of schools about 'Prevent' has shown that many lack confidence in 'proactive safeguarding' - creating a safe space within school for children to discuss difficult global issues connected to extremism and radicalisation. This is in contrast to much greater confidence with 'reactive safeguarding' - spotting the danger signs and taking action.
Think Global is calling for greater balance in the support given to schools to implement the new Prevent duty, to protect children from the risk of radicalisation.
One of the things people sometimes ask us at Think Global is whether we work with people outside Britain, as well as with our schools and partners at home.
Paul Bullen-Smith, Head of Global Perspectives at Cambridge International Examinations shares his views on "Can we learn anything from abroad?" - a Think Global event, with Lucy Crehan.
Back in the heat of July, Moira Jenkins joined two other “judges” at the NASUWT HQ in Birmingham to embark on quite a difficult process...
The good news is that teachers are showered with classroom resources, from both businesses and charities, on all manner of topics. The bad news (for those people who are devoting their time and money to produce these resources) is that many of them are hardly used.
New research from Show Racism the Red Card has found that 83% of teachers have witnessed jokes, name-calling and stereotyping in schools.