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Peer-on-peer sexual abuse: how to respond
Learn how to manage reports of peer-on-peer sexual violence and harassment in your school and use our risk assessment to help you with your next steps. Display our poster so all staff know what to do if a child makes a disclosure.
- Follow your school's policy
- Poster: what to do if a child makes a disclosure
- Immediate response to a report
- Ongoing response to dealing with a report
- Changes to multi-agency working
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