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Peer-on-peer abuse allegations: procedures

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updated on 18 September 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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Understand how to respond to reports of peer-on-peer abuse, including sexual violence and harassment between children, and what’s likely to happen next. Display our poster so that all staff know how to respond to a disclosure of peer-on-peer sexual abuse.

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Contents

  1. 1 Follow your school's policy
  2. 2 Poster: what to do if a child makes a disclosure
  3. 3 Good practice when dealing with allegations

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