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BBC reports on 30th November, ‘The names of seven primary school pupils feared to be at risk of radicalisation have been inadvertently revealed …

Targeted at nine to 11-year-olds, it involved lesson plans and workbooks about identity and belonging. Pupils were asked if they agreed or disagreed with a series of statements.

They included:

  • It is better to be a dead hero than live impassively
  • If a student was making fun of my race or religion I would try to make them stop even if it meant hurting them
  • God has a purpose for me

Some parents complained they had not been consulted and others said it was racist and unfairly targeted Muslim children.

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