What to do in a terror attack: Children to receive official guidance for first time in schools

Potentially life-saving advice showing schoolchildren what to do if they are caught up in a terror attack is being made available to be taught in UK schools for the first time.

Young people aged 11 to 16 will be urged to run to safety, hide and tell police should they become involved in a gun or knife attack, in guidance said to go “way beyond the basic messaging” of previous campaigns.

An animated film, partly in the style of a comic strip, urges youths not to “waste time” taking pictures or videos of the scene, but instead to run away

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