How schools can help the hidden victims of Covid-19

Tes reports …

As the novelty of coming back to school wears off, anxiety in young learners may increase. Many children have been the hidden victims of the coronavirus pandemic – suffering abuse and neglect at home, further pressures on their mental health and increased risks and vulnerabilities online.  Now children are back at school, the NSPCC’s Protect and Respect service expects to see a demand to support children who were at greater risk of sexual exploitation and abuse over lockdown. 

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