How to talk to parents about...child sexual exploitation

If a child or young person is being groomed and sexually exploited, everyone in their life should know how to protect them; but what is the best way to talk to parents and carers about it? Use this download to help

To access this article and all the policies and guidance to support your leadership team:

 Join now

A membership with Optimus Education gives your organisation:

  • tools and resources to ensure compliance, best practice and high-quality in-house training
  • attendance to digital and face-to-face conferences*
  • 50% discount for additional delegate attendance to conferences*.

*Includes one free place at up to 10 conferences, with 50% off any further delegate places