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Governors' role in preventing peer-on-peer abuse
Peer-on-peer abuse can take many forms, including bullying, physical abuse and sexual violence and harassment. Understand the steps to take to reduce the risk of it happening in your school. Find guidance and resources, and see what questions to ask your school leaders.
- Understand what peer-on-peer abuse is
- Staff should receive appropriate and regularly updated training
- Staff need to challenge inappropriate behaviours
- Your school should provide a preventative curriculum programme
- School leaders should know your school's context and work with local partners
- Questions to ask school leaders
- Next steps
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