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Lesson plans for pupils to survive a terror attack.

Lesson plans for pupils to survive a terror attack.

Counter-terror experts say pupils should respond to terror attacks 'like a fire drill' 

 

Advice for pupils on how to survive terrorist gun and knife attacks is to be made available to schools across the country for the first time.

The lesson plans for key stage 3 and 4 pupils have been produced by the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) and the PSHE Association, and are backed by the Department for Education.

The materials are an extension of the government’s Run, Hide, Tell campaign and address the threat of terrorist attacks in crowded places.

They are based around a six-minute film called Run, Hide, Tell - The Story Of Nur, Edih and Llet. The film follows the story of three young people reflecting on how they managed to survive an attack on a shopping centre. 

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