Peer on Peer Abuse July 21
Peer on Peer Abuse
The Side by Side Addressing Peer-on-Peer Abuse in CYP Conference on the 2nd July 2021. The speakers that presented were of extremely high quality and we have received great feedback so far.
Addressing Peer on Peer Abuse amongst Children and Young People – working in partnership to find solutions to support effective safeguarding in schools
The Everyone’s invited website shed a spotlight on an aspect of Safeguarding that requires our immediate attention. Join us at our conference to hear from national and local speakers, where we will be exploring topics to include practical guidance on embedding the SRE/PSHE curriculum, contextual local experience of partners engaged on the frontline, findings from the recent Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges and the latest guidance on managing incidents of online harmful sexual behaviours.
Child Exploitation in Bucks - DCI Nick Glister, Detective Chief Inspector, Thames Valley Police
RUSafe Child Exploitation and Missing Service - Alex Peek, Barnardo’s RU Safe Missing Coordinator
A School’s Experience:
So much to say in so little time – our safeguarding experience in 1,800 seconds! - Rachel Smith, Headteacher, Beaconsfield High School & Andrew McLean, Lead DSL, Beaconsfield High School
Buckinghamshire Local Offer - training and the importance of high quality RSE - Carol Stottor, Public Health PSHE Lead
Peer on Peer Sexual Harassment and Abuse – challenging culture and the role of PSHE education - Dr Elly Hanson, Clinical Psychologist and Researcher
Dr Elly Hanson is a clinical psychologist and researcher who focuses on the prevention of abuse and more widely on supporting young people enjoy positive relationships. She undertakes consultation, research, training, and psychological assessments, working primarily with educators, law enforcement, social work teams, victims and survivors, and the voluntary sector. She is also Research Director of Fully Human, a new PSHE Association initiative, and as part of this has authored a report on pornography and the ways in which it can undermine young people’s autonomy, values, sexuality and relationships. In parallel she is developing with CEOP (part of the National Crime Agency) a preventative education resource for schools