A generic framework for discussing a terrorist attack

A generic framework for discussing a terrorist attack

A framework for schools to use to facilitate classroom discussions in the event of a terrorist attack.

Whilst we would normally strongly advise that all learning in PSHE education is built into a planned progressive programme, there are times when we may need to respond immediately to unforeseen events. Terrorist attacks can create a variety of strong feelings, including curiosity, excitement, anxiety or fear. This discussion framework can be adapted to a range of situations, and provides a framework for young people to discuss such events, and provides opportunities to process what has happened in the safety of a classroom.

Please note that when covering this topic with primary aged children you can use our discussing a terrorist attack with children in the primary phases guidance.

Date uploaded: 24 Nov 2017


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