Take part in new research on staff experiences of the Prevent duty

15 November 2016

‘What the Prevent duty means for schools and colleges in England’ is an independent, university led, academic research project. The project explores how school and college staff are interpreting and experiencing the Prevent duty, how (if at all) it has affected their working practices, how (if at all) staff think they could be better supported in this area, and the implications (if any) for the relationship of staff with students, parents, governors and the wider community. It is not an ‘evaluation’ of this policy nor is it an assessment of the implementation of it.

Please have your say by completing a 20-minute online survey on this important issue. The survey will be kept anonymous and it is open to all staff (teachers, lecturers, teaching assistants, support staff, managers and leaders) with a paid professional role in a school or FE college in England. The deadline for responses is 30 November.

The research will generate a public report, which will be made available online, academic articles and series of public briefings across England. If you have any further comments or questions about the project, please contact Dr Joel Busher from Coventry University at joel.busher@coventry.ac.uk