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Types of abuse
Child abuse guidelines for teachers must consider the various types of abuse to which pupils will be exposed, from FGM to forced marriage. Learn to spot the warning signs with this collection of practical resources.
Affluent neglect is largely under-researched and can be easily missed. Judith Staff summarises what research tells us
Teenage relationship abuse or ‘dating violence’ remains relatively unreported. DSPs have an important role to play in protecting vulnerable students and acting on concerns
When acting on concerns that stem from religious or cultural differences, designated safeguarding leads need to be brave. Debs Ward highlights the obstacles and how they may be overcome
Schools need to be at the forefront of preventing forced marriage in the UK. Jasvinder Sanghera explains why in this video
Webinar: Identifying and managing sexual exploitation - responsibilities of schools, colleges and LAsThere is an urgent need to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation amongst parents, schools and other agencies working with children of the risks of sexual exploitation.
With an estimated 23,000 girls being cut in the UK every year*, female genital mutilation (FGM) is a growing cause of concern in schools. What can schools do to raise awareness, identify those at risk and prevent FGM from taking place?