Hate Crime

A resource package aimed at supporting schools to increase pupil’s awareness of different types of hate crime and prejudice, and how to challenge it.

Summary

The Crown Prosecution Service, National Union of Teachers, community groups and pupils from all over the country have worked together to produce these resources. Many of the themes covered are based on real-life experiences of young people and can be used as a starting point for discussing what can be difficult and sensitive themes. A range of activities are also included.

Please note that although the resources are reproduced on the right-hand side of this page for ease of access, you are advised to go to http://www.report-it.org.uk/education_support to ensure you are downloading the latest versions.

Request a visit from a PCSO

Make a request for a PCSO to come to your school and present this lesson plan.

The session are designed for class size groups to allow for effective learning and are designed for the duration of 30-50 minutes
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Attachments

CPS Disability Hate Crime

Guidance for teachers

CPS LGBT Hate Crime

Classroom activities and guidance for teachers

CPS Racist and Religious Hate Crime

Classroom activities and guidance for teachers

Associated content

SARI (Stand Against Racism and Inequality)

SARI offer force-wide support and advice for anyone affected by any type of hate crime, including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobic, transphobic, age-based or gender-based.