3000 UK schools named in testimonial reports of sexual abuse and rape culture

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Everyone’s Invited names almost 3,000 schools in a testimonial report following claims of sexual assault, rape, and harassment

About 3,000 schools have been recently named for the first time by Everyone’s Invited following allegations from students of rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.

This testimonial report from Everyone’s Invited comes before Ofsted released its findings on Thursday after the government asked the government to review the policy and advocacy experience of schools and universities earlier this year.

 In April, thousands of anonymous statements were posted online, often on the Everyone Invited website, encouraging young sexual violence survivors to share their stories, and the number continues to grow.

Everyone`s Invited has named 2962 all UK schools – 2556 secondary and 406 primary schools where students’ rape and sexual were allegedly experienced

Now Everyone`s Invited has named all UK schools mentioned in the testimonial report posted on their website. These figures were provided exclusively by ITV News and are now open to the public.

 Of these 2962 schools, 2556 are secondary and 406 are primary.

There was a report of a pupil sexually abused by a teenage girl, reported by ITV News, on the bus on her way to school when she was 13.

The teenage girl narrated that she was too young to know what sex is all about, but she recounted that she felt pains by the attempted rape even as she tried to block out so much of the attempt.

She regretted that her school had no policy with dealing with the assault by other students. Rather than dealing with the sexual harassment, the school Head of Pastoral Care told her to reenact it with another schoolmate.

He said could you just roughly show me what happened, and he expected me to just tell him.

The teenage sexual harassment victims claimed that she could not report to her parents because the school made her believe that reporting to her parents would be dramatizing the incident.

The rape victims don’t report the cases because they feel they wouldn’t be believed by anyone

The rape victims in UK schools don’t report the sexual abuse cases because they feel they wouldn’t be believed by anyone.

‘Rape culture is everywhere. It’s in all of society and it’s in all schools’, Everyone’s Invited founder

Soma Sara, Everyone’s Invited founder told ITV News that they were releasing the names of thousands of schools and lamented that what this really shows is that rape culture in the UK is everywhere.

Ms. Sara added: “It’s in all of society and it’s in all schools – and this is really, only the tip of the iceberg.”

It is these testimonials that make sobering reading for anyone in any doubt that sexual violence, in all its forms, is not pervasive in our society.

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Headteachers are stopping pupils and teenagers not to send their testimonials about sexual abuse and harassment

Everyone’s Invited founder, Soma Sara said that their community has told us some headteachers are asking them not to send in testimonies.

Ms. Sara continued: “We receive reports and messages from our community telling us that their headteachers are asking them not to send in testimonies to Everyone’s Invited.

“We worry for these individuals at those schools, victims, and survivors who are struggling in the aftermath of sexual violence and sexual assault. And have nowhere to go or nowhere to voice their stories.”

The perpetrators are not named, but more and more reviews are citing the school or university where the incident took place, forcing some of the country’s oldest institutions to challenge their role in culture.

Chief Constable Simon Bailey, who is also the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for child protection, told ITV News “this is the next scandal” within schools. “It cannot be right that every day young girls, and I’m talking about primary-aged girls as well, are having to run the gauntlet of sexual harassment, misogyny, the sending of nudes, unsolicited or indecent images being sent to them.”

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