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Domestic abuse awareness and prevention in schools

Domestic abuse awareness and prevention in schools

“The training helped consolidate knowledge of how to approach conversations around this issue with parents. It also clarified what support and pathways are available, and the appropriate next steps in these cases!”

 

Audience / For: All practitioners working in schools, including senior leaders, PSHE leads, SENCOs, DSLs, pastoral leads, class teachers. Not suitable for partners or independent schools.

Time:  3:45pm to 5:15pm

Cost: FREE

Booking:  To book a place please use the booking system below.

  • Note: If you have several colleagues wishing to attend a separate booking will need to be made for each person.

Training Overview:

Violence against Women and Girls, including domestic abuse and coercive control, negatively impacts the health of our communities. However, it is not inevitable and can be prevented through collective action. Educational settings, together with other local partners, play a crucial role in this. With the support available through the Domestic Abuse Prevention in Schools Programme, schools have an opportunity to embed a whole-school approach to domestic abuse prevention,

Domestic Abuse Awareness and Prevention in Schools training is just one element of how the Programme can support schools to embed this evidence-based approach. This session will equip the participants with core knowledge and skills about domestic abuse and coercive control so that the teaching and learning about healthy relationships, respect and gender equality within classroom environment can be delivered confidently. It will help understand the dynamics of abusive relationships, its impact on young people and families, and the ways to support them.

This session is also available to schools as an INSET. Please email Viktorija to book an INSET for your school.

Impact on your Knowledge, Skills and Confidence:

  • Improved awareness of relevant legislative frameworks linked to domestic abuse (DfE Guidance on RSHE, DA Act 2021, Keeping Children Safe in Education, etc)
  • Increased knowledge of coercive control and its impact on the survivors of domestic abuse, including children and young people.
  • Improved skills in facilitating conversations around domestic abuse with families and/or colleagues.
  • Improved confidence in identifying actions that schools can take to support families.

For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact:

Viktorija Zdanoviciute – viktorija.zdanoviciute@healtheducationpartnership.com

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Date

Mar 09 2023

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3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
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