Cardiff-GOT 10-11 Programme
The programme counters a growing level of reported intolerance (at worst, extreme attitudes) amongst younger pupils and promotes ethical, moral citizenship and shared (British) values through safe spaces, challenge and critical thinking.
Rhaglen Cyd-dynnu Caerdydd 11-14
Mae'r rhaglen hon yn adeiladu ar y sylfeini addysgol a nodir yn rhaglen CA2 ac mae'n pontio i raglen 'herio eithafiaeth' hirsefydlog CA4 a/neu astudiaeth fanwl o eithafiaeth drwy Fagloriaeth Cymru, y mae'r ddau ohonynt yn anelu at greu unigolion iach a pharchus ac aelodau gwerthfawr o gymdeithas. herio eithafiaeth' hirsefydlog CA4 a/neu
GOT 3 11-25 Youth Programme
A fully resourced interactive programme of 10 modules delivered through the NAOMIE template: facilitates self-exploration and rationalisation of thoughts and feelings around extremism in today’s society within a safe and informal environment.
Cardiff-GOT 11-14 Programme
This programme builds on the educational foundations laid down in the KS2 programme and serves as transition to the long-standing KS4 ‘challenging extremism’ programme and/or a detailed study of extremism through the Welsh Baccalaureate, both of which aspire to the facilitation of healthy, respectful individuals and valued members of society.
WJEC WBQ 14-16
The purpose of this module is to develop learners’ skills, whilst providing opportunities to understand and respond appropriately to global issues: facilitates critical thinking skills, problem solving, creativity, innovation and their implementation.
GOT 4 Bespoke Programmes
This features ‘tailor-made’ programmes designed to raise awareness and/or train trainers around the core themes of extremism and radicalisation. Previous clients feature e.g. The Met, Dorset Safe Schools & Communities.