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Dealing with Abuse

Abuse is when someone causes us harm or distress. It can take many forms, ranging from disrespect to causing someone physical or mental pain. It can occur in someone’s home, a hospital or a public place. Often the people who commit abuse are taking advantage of a special relationship.

For information on the different types of abuse, please visit this website 

The exercises on the following screens focus on different types of abuse some of our students have faced in the past.


If you're being affected by these or other issues and want to talk, please contact a member of our Safeguarding Team on 020 7832 5331 or