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AbstractThe purpose of this learning project was to understand how professionals capture, share and use information about peer-on-peer abuse that occurs within schools and alternative education settings. We highlight examples of promising practice and identify challenges professionals face in recording, sharing and/or using this information. Sixteen practitioners participated in this Learning Project, including professionals working within education, youth justice, children and young people’s services and the voluntary sector.
CitationFritz D, Firmin C (2016) 'Evidencing peer-on-peer abuse in educational settings'. : Contextual Safeguarding Network.
PublisherContextual Safeguarding Network
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