General Teacher Reference

SMSC and Prevent

Prevent duty departmental advice

Tackling extremism in the UK  – Task Force  report  (see pages 5 – 7) 

Advice about the use of social media in radicalisation

Teachers’ Standards

Books and articles

Breslin. T (2003) Remembrance Ramdom House

Brockway. F(1949) The Bermondsey Story Allen and Unwin

Eatwell. R (Editor), Goodwin M.J (Editor) (2010) The New Extremism in 21st Century Britain(Extremism and Democracy) Routledge

Ellsworth-Jones. E (2007) We Will Not Fight: The Untold Stories of First World War Conscientious Objectors Aurum Press

Elton. B (2005) The First Casualty Bantam Press

Hewitt. S (2008) The British War on Terror: Terrorism and Counterterrorism on the Home Front Since 9-11 Continuum

Hudson. R. N (1998) The Bradford Pals Bradford Libraries

Hughes. K (2014) Great War Britain: Bradford The History Press – in association with the Peace Museum UK

Ministry of Defence (2008) We Were There (BME stories) MOD

Noakes. V (2006) Voices of Silence: The Alternative Book of First World War Poetry Sutton.

*Peace Museum UK (2012) The Peace Challenge PMUK

*Peace Museum UK (2013) Bradford Routes to Peace Heritage Trail PMUK

Peace Pledge Union (2006) Refusing to kill: Conscientious Objection and human rights in the first world

war Peace Pledge Union

Ward. J. (Editor) (2001) Richmond Castle: Conscientious Objection and The Richmond Sixteen English Heritage


Children and Young People

Please note these books cover a range of topics and age ranges and are to be selected from. Teachers

may find them a useful starting point for their own research. Their use will depend on circumstances,

previous experience, age and ability of students. They reflect the breadth and balance of the Choices



*Peace Museum UK (2012) The Peace Challenge PMUK

*Peace Museum UK (2013) Bradford Routes to Peace Heritage Trail PMUK

*= available from the Peace Museum UK

World War I

Freedman. R (2010)The War to End All Wars: World War I Clarion

Burleigh.R (2008) Fly, Cher Ami, Fly! : The Pigeon Who Saved the Lost Battalion Abrams Books for Young Readers.

Debon.N (2002) A Brave Soldier Groundwood Books

Eldridge.J (2008) The Trenches: A First World War Soldier, 1914-1918 (My Story) Scholastic Press

Huggins-Cooper. L and Benfold-Heyward, I.(2008) One Boy’s War Frances Lincoln Children’s

Jorgensen. N, Harrison-Lever. B (2010)In Flanders Fields Vancouver, B. C

Morpurgo. M (2004) Private Peaceful Scholastic Press

Morpurgo. M (2007) War Horse Scholastic Press

Seidel, B. (2002) When Christmas Comes Again: The World War I Diary of Simone Spencer Scholastic

Ury, E. (2006) Nesthäkchen and the World War (English Translation of German Children’s Classic) Universe

Wilding.V (2008) Road to War – a First World War Girl’s Diary 1916 – 1917 (My Story) Scholastic Press.

Williams. M. (2007) Archie’s War: My Scrapbook of the First World War, 1914-1918 Candlewick Press


A War on Terror?

Bruton. C (2011) We Can Be Heroes Egmont Books

Gibbons. A (2011) An Act of Love Orion Orion Children’s Book

Hayes. R (2007) Mixing it Frances Lincoln

Perera. A (2011) Guantanamo Boy Albert Whitman and Company

Pitcher. A (2011) My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece Indigo

Reedy. T (2011) Words in the Dust Frances Lincoln

Singer. N (2007) The Innocent’s Story Holiday House


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