Sex Abuse in England Primary Schools ‘Prolific,’ Teacher Tells Sputnik

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The scale of sexual abuse and bullying between classmates in Schools in England is “prolific and increasing,” a teacher who wanted to remain anonymous told Sputnik. “It’s a huge concern to me both as a parent and as a teacher.”

A new report published by the British government’s Women and Equalities Select Committee reveals the scale and impact of sexual harassment and violence in schools.

According to police figures in England and Wales, one child is raped in school every day and in primary schools and three sexual assaults are reported to the police every school day.

“I never thought this would be part of my role as a teacher and as a parent it makes me feel very concerned that my child is at risk in a place that’s supposed to be a safe environment,”

a teacher who wanted to remain anonymous told Sputnik. “At my school in London we frequently had to shut down Whatsapp groups to prevent images going viral.”

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Evidence presented to the committee by Bristol City Council said “alarming proportions of young people claim they or a friend have had direct experience of sexual bullying and sexual harassment: from 29 percent who have experienced threats of rape.”

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The plight of two mothers has been published in the Times Educational Supplement where they “share their despair over the government’s lack of action in tackling sexual violence in schools.”

The mother’s are accusing the DfE of ignoring the problem and not viewing the safeguarding of children as requiring urgent policy action.

“The DfE knows these figures but has not made tackling sexual violence in our schools a priority. They clearly don’t understand the devastating impact of rape on a child. We do because we live with it” #MeTooSchool #MeToo

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A view shared by a teacher in an interview with Sputnik. “Until cases of peer on peer sexual bullying and harassment is more widely reported the Department for Education will be slow to respond.”

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