Equally safe at school
We were delighted to be invited to work with Rape Crisis Scotland on their Equally Safe at School project which officially launches today.
Equally Safe at School has been developed for secondary schools to help them take a whole school approach to preventing gender-based violence, with staff and students working together with a shared understanding and commitment to equality and safety for all. It's a project which is very close to our hearts.
ESAS was developed by Rape Crisis Scotland and Glasgow University. It was designed and piloted in several schools in Scotland with support from Zero Tolerance and a wide range of other voluntary and statutory partners and stakeholders.
The website has been developed to support schools to implement ESAS and designed to make activities as straightforward and achievable as possible.
Schools can register an account on the website and log in to access all the tools and resources to help them implement a whole school approach.
If you know any secondary school pupils or staff then please let them know. There is also lots of information on the website which is useful, whether or not your are at school, so have a look.