Peer on Peer Abuse Online: Prevention and Response in a Digital World

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Peer on Peer Abuse Online: Prevention and Response in a Digital World

Webinar Duration: 56 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, senior leaders, DSLs and teaching staff with an understanding of and practical insight into peer on peer abuse online and how to develop measures to prevent, react and respond to incidents in line with statutory safeguarding guidance.

It is a statutory requirement under ‘Keeping children safe in education’ that all staff understand the importance of challenging inappropriate behaviours between peers and are clear about their school’s policy and procedures with regard to peer on peer abuse. This includes abuse between peers such as cyberbullying, online sexual abuse and sending nudes.

In this webinar, international online safety expert and former Covert Internet Investigator, Jonathan Taylor, explains exactly how and why peer on peer abuse develops online, how schools can respond to concerns of abuse between pupils and prevention strategies to help keep children safe online.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what is defined as peer on peer abuse, the different forms it can take and how it can manifest itself online.

  • Recognising staff roles and responsibilities and whole school expectations in line with statutory guidance and legislation surrounding peer on peer abuse.

  • Reviewing recent research and insight into peer on peer sexual abuse, how to recognise and support children who have been impacted by it and understanding the law.

  • Identifying the reasons why children and young people engage in sending nudes and understanding the process behind cyberbullying between peers.

  • Recognising the importance of developing a ‘peer on peer safety plan’ which includes the necessary assessments, policies and procedures to effectively manage cases of abuse.

Jonathan Taylor

About The Expert

Jonathan Taylor

International online safety, social media and online grooming expert who previously worked as a Covert Internet Investigator with the Metropolitan Police for over 10 years.
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