Home Office 'Something's Not Right' abuse disclosure resources, KS3-5

Home Office 'Something's Not Right' abuse disclosure resources, KS3-5

The lesson plans are downloadable below, and focus on:

  • Helping young people to recognise abuse
  • Providing information on where to go for help
  • Overcoming barriers to reporting abuse

Supporting students to speak to a trusted adult and report concerns is of huge importance at any time, but especially now, given particular concerns about the impact of Covid-19 — isolation can put some children at a greater risk of various kinds of abuse, and reduces available opportunities for adults to spot the signs and help.

The lessons are designed to help students to recognise when they might need to seek help for themselves or others and understand the value of seeking support from trusted sources.


PSHE Association Subject Specialist Liz Laming says:
“These engaging lessons will help students to identify inappropriate, unwanted or abusive behaviours and explain when, why and how to report them. They will equip students with the understanding and confidence needed to seek help and further advice, both now and in the future.”

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