NUR, EDIH AND LLET
Police have been giving your parents similar advice for a few years, but this is the first time they have designed it especially for young people.
They have done this by taking some time to speak to young people aged between 11 and 16 years old about terrorism, to find out what they know and how they would react if they found themselves in danger.
The police experts then listened to everything the young people told them and used that information to design a campaign which will become the first terrorism safety lessons to be taught in UK schools.
The lessons are designed for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 pupils, so they will be made especially for those age groups. Your teachers can now access a short film – which is a mix of graphic novel animation and live action – and teaching materials. They will tell you the story of ‘Nur, Edih and Llet’, three friends who find themselves in an attack, but followed police advice and stayed safe.
Some of the eagle-eyed among you might even be able to spot why the police decided to call the characters those names? (HINT: rearrange the letters!)
The short film is a mix of live action and graphic novel animation