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Last updated on 9 September 2019
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Take these steps to reduce the risk of peer-on-peer abuse happening in your school. Get guidance and resources, and know where to go for extra support.

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  1. Provide appropriate and regularly updated staff training
  2. Challenge inappropriate behaviours
  3. Provide a preventative curriculum programme
  4. Consider your context and work with local partners
  5. Seek specialist support

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