Online Sexual Abuse: Developing a Pupil-Centred Response to Disclosures | Secondary

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Online Sexual Abuse: Developing a Pupil-Centred Response to Disclosures | Secondary

Webinar Duration: 1 hour 1 minute (approx.)

This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, DSLs and teaching staff with an understanding of the impact of online sexual abuse and practical guidance on how schools can react and respond to online sexual abuse which fosters a whole-school approach.

Exposure to online sexual abuse can have a detrimental impact on children’s mental health and wellbeing, including anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress. Making sure they feel comfortable enough to disclose abuse and have the right support in place to help them deal with any trauma is everyone’s responsibility and absolutely essential to their recovery.

In this webinar Jayne Bullough, Training and Prevention Coordinator for the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC), will discuss various forms of online sexual abuse that children and young people can be exposed to, key principles in responding to disclosures and how to implement a whole-school approach through prevention and cultural change.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what online sexual abuse is and the various ways that children and young people can be impacted.

  • Identifying the various forms of online sexual abuse that children can be subjected to and what each form consists of.

  • Recognising the requirements from school policies and frontline practice with respect to online sexual abuse and embedding relevant guidance and legislation.

  • Understanding how schools and teachers can prevent and respond to online sexual abuse within a whole-school approach.

  • Increasing knowledge and awareness of specialist organisations available to support schools, children and young people.

Jayne Bullough

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Jayne Bullough

Training and Prevention Coordinator with over 10 years’ experience supporting survivors of sexual violence.
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