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How to encourage the reporting of sexism and sexual harassment
Start building a culture where all pupils feel comfortable raising concerns about sexism and sexual harassment. Encourage pupils and staff to call out unacceptable behaviour and explain what you mean by a 'zero-tolerance' approach.
- Key barriers to reporting
- Importance of reporting 'lower level' incidents
- Call out unacceptable behaviour
- Model appropriate behaviour and language to create a culture of respect
- Be clear on what 'zero-tolerance' means in practice
- Clearly communicate your reporting procedures
- Reassure pupils they'll be fully supported
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