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CRASAC offers specialist training and prevention work to schools and other education providers.

There are also a number of other external resources available for those that work with children and young people:

  • It’s #AboutTime – a whole school approach to ending violence against women and girls.
  • White Ribbon have created a learning resource Building Gender Equality for Young People which is designed to help educators working with young people to explain the concepts of gender and inequality. The aim of the tool is to enable young people to recognise the behaviours and attitudes that perpetuate gender inequality.
  • The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse have produced a free Safety Planning in Education guide which provides practical support for professionals in education settings to respond to children’s needs and safety when incidents of harmful sexual behaviour occur. Developed by professionals for professionals, it contains the key actions for a school when an incident of harmful sexual behaviour has occurred, including a safety plan template for recording, and reviewing arrangements and broader practical advice.
  • Creative Optimistic Visions are a community interest company which provide bespoke workshops, training and support schemes to promote protective behaviours. This ranges from young people looking to boost their confidence, to organisations in need of safeguarding and protective behaviours.
  • The Student Commission at Leaders Unlocked have created an animation exploring young people’s experiences and taking steps to address consent and sexual violence. 
  • Report Abuse in Education Helpline: 0800 136 663 – an independent helpline for children, parents and professionals to seek expert, sensitive advice from the NSPCC and safely report abuse that has happened or is happening in educational settings.
  • Thinkuknow – an education programme from the National Crime Agency (NCA) and CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection).
  • Sexpression:UK – near-peer independent UK charity with the goal of empowering young people to make decisions about relationships and sex by running informal and comprehensive RSHE in the community.
  • Kooth is an online mental health community with practical tools that young people can use to access mental health support online.

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