Harmful Sexual Behaviour
Harmful sexual behaviour (HSB) is developmentally inappropriate sexual behaviour displayed by children and young people which is harmful or abusive1.
Peer-on-peer sexual abuse is a form of HSB where sexual abuse takes place between children of a similar age or stage of development. Child-on-child sexual abuse is a form of HSB that takes place between children of any age or stage of development.
Problematic sexual behaviour (PSB) is developmentally inappropriate or socially unexpected sexualised behaviour which doesn’t have an overt element of victimisation or abuse.
If you suspect an incident of HSB, you must REPORT IT.
If you feel that a child is in immediate danger, contact the Police on 999.
Concerns can be reported to Chiltern Hills Academy using the Safeguarding email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can also report in a number of other ways.