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Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools: summary
Be clear on the key findings from Ofsted's sexual abuse review, and what it recommends your schools should do, so you can get up to speed with what’s happening in the sector right now.
- What was the review?
- The key findings ...
- Pupils often see no point in reporting harmful behaviour
- RSHE doesn't meet the needs of young people
- Some teachers and leaders underestimate the scale of the problem
- School leaders are having to make difficult decisions they’re not equipped for
- Schools shouldn’t have to tackle this on their own
- Local safeguarding partners (LSPs) have varying levels of oversight
- Ofsted will update its training, inspection handbooks and practices
- The key recommendations for your schools
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