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The Prevent Programme (LBHF, RBKC & WCC)

There are two Prevent teams covering the three boroughs: one team covers Westminster and there is another team that covers H&F and RBKC. For further information about the Prevent Programme, please contact:

Borough: H&F and RBKC
Contact:
Tina Bencik
Prevent Education Officer
Email: Tina.Bencik@lbhf.gov.uk

Borough: Westminster
Contact:
Julie Knotts or Kiran Malik
Prevent Education Officers
Email: jknotts@westminster.gov.uk or kmalik@westminster.gov.uk

Website: http://www.lbhf.gov.uk/preventandschools / https://www.westminster.gov.uk/prevent-strategy-education

Provision Summary:
Prevent is part of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy and aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. Prevent works at the pre-criminal stage by using early intervention to encourage individuals and communities to challenge extremist and terrorist ideology and behaviour. The Prevent Strategy makes clear the important role that schools have to play in achieving these aims. It is an extension of the same safeguarding processes which the education sector already employs in order to effectively safeguard children from drugs, gang violence, alcohol abuse, and other forms of harm and crime. One of the key objectives of the Prevent Strategy is to provide practical help in order to safeguard vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure that they are given appropriate advice and support. It is important that people, particularly frontline staff, know how to identify people at risk of radicalisation or extremism and the safeguarding pathways they should use.

The Prevent teams are able to provide schools and colleges with support and advice to assist them in meeting the legal requirements of the Prevent duty and other safeguarding legislation. They are also able to deliver a free 90-minute Prevent awareness training session to education providers, this includes details of how to identify people potentially at risk of radicalisation and also the Channel process.

Target Group: Early Years Primary Schools Secondary Schools

Cost implication for the school: No

Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust Oral Health Promotion Service

Contact:
Binodbikash (Ben) Simkhada
Team Lead, Oral Health Promotion Services

Address:
Dental Department,
Soho Health Centre,
1 Firth Street,
Soho
W1D 3HZ

Website: www.clch.nhs.uk
Email Address: clcht.ohp@nhs.net
Alternative Email Address: binodbikashsimkhada@nhs.net
Telephone Number: 0207 534 6636

Borough/s: LBHF, WCC, RBKC,

Provision Summary:

  • Oral health promotion service to early years settings including:
  • Oral health training available for early years practitioners including ‘Promoting good oral health in the early years’ or ‘Setting up toothbrushing programmes in early years settings’
  • Online training also available via the following link: https://goo.gl/Cggiey
  • Oral health resources available to borrow e.g. model teeth, storybooks

Target Group: Children’s Centres / Private, voluntary and independent nurseries / Childminders / Creches and playgroups / Early Years in schools

Cost Implication for Settings: No

Relate London North West & Herts

Contact:
Counselling Appointments Team

Address:
1st Floor Civic 9,
Milton Rd,
Harrow
HA1 1GT

Email Address: info.lnwh@relate.org.uk

Tel:         0300 0032324 option 1

Website: https://www.relate.org.uk/london-north-west-and-hertfordshire/children-and-young-peoples-counselling

Boroughs: Barnet, Brent, Harrow, Islington, Hillingdon, Camden, Westminster, Ealing and the county of Hertfordshire.

Provision Summary:
Relate has more than 70 years of experience and is recognised nationally for our expertise in families. We are the largest provider of counselling for children and young people in the country. Relate London North West and Hertfordshire is a local charity which is also a member of the national Relate federation.

  • Family Counselling & Children and Young People’s Counselling
  • Family Mediation following relationship breakdown and civil mediation in the community and workplace
  • Training Other services available, please enquire (eg, Telephone/Skype support for staff, Young people Skype counselling).

Target Group:  Early Years / Primary school / Secondary school / Special school

Cost Implication for Schools: Yes

MIND UP – The Goldie Hawn Foundation

A Whole School Approach to Wellbeing

Contact:    Julia Organ
UK Director

Address:    WeWork,
Moor Place,
1 Fore Street,
Moorgate
EC2Y 9DT

Email:        jorgan@mindup.org

Alternative Email Address: hello@mindup.org

Tel:            020 8004 1305

Website:   http://www.mindup.org

Borough:  All

All Provision Summary:
MindUP an evidence-based, whole school social and emotional learning programme trained and supported by expert MindUP consultants. MindUP is a framework of 15 lessons across 4 units, taught from EYFS to Y8.

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Lessons take the children on a journey from Me to We to Others, improving emotional self regulation and focus for learning. Research shows that MindUP helps reduce stress, improves attention and supports a positive optimistic mindset.

MindUP fosters a Mindful culture where respect, tolerance and compassion are cultivated. These are life long skills that support Mental health and wellbeing.

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Target Group:  Early Years, Primary Schools and Secondary Schools KS3 and includes Parent sessions. 

Cost Implication for Schools: Yes, however sponsored partnerships are available through The Goldie Hawn Foundation.