British values and Prevent for adult learners

These resources can be used to teach about the Prevent duty and British values to adult learners.

The ETF Prevent videos

These videos deal with British values and extremism and are designed for Entry 2 and Entry 3 adult learners:

Michael and Joy
A drama from ETF on preventing extremism and radicalisation for adult learners (with subtitles). The video consists of interviews with a female adult learner whose son has been radicalised and an older adult male learner who was radicalised.

ETF documentary: British values
The ETF British values video for adult learners. The video consists of interviews from learners talking about what British values mean to them. It provides examples that will prompt learners to think about what British values mean to them.

Prevent duty and British values for adult learners
A guide to support the embedding of British values and the Prevent strategy.

Accompanying resources:

Redbridge Adult Education Institute

Resources designed for use with adult students but some of these can also be used with younger students.

A game for use for parents, which deals with their children’s behaviour:

Julie Bentley Consulting ESOL materials

British values activities and worksheets (zip folder 1.7MB)
For use with ESOL learners from E3 to Level 2. The full pack comes as a zip file, containing folders with the material for E3, L1 and L2.

Learn My Way
A website with free online courses for adult beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

Bradford College ESOL activity on propaganda

Looking at ways that images and posters are used to persuade us:

Additional British values resources

Values discussions
Ideas for short discussion

British values game