Child Sexual Exploitation

Our education packages are designed to build resilience, promotion of wellbeing and increase confidence within those we care for. 

 

At one of our Schools, a year 9 student is currently studying the award winning novel Stone Cold by Robert Swindells. This novel is about a homeless teenager called Link who leaves his hometown of Leeds and goes to London, trying to survive life on the streets. They were given a task to write a descriptive account of arriving in a big city. The aim of this particular lesson was use of the senses in descriptive writing. We want to share a piece of her work, aimed to provoke thought around 'empathy and understanding'.

 

 CSE Work

 

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CSE Child Profile

• Females aged between 12 – 17 years

• Experience of exploitation as a result of; consent to survive, bullying, community gangs, money and gift incentives, county lines and sexual trauma

• Challenging behaviours

• Missing from care

• Attachment disorder

• Sexual disinhibition

• Emotional regulation

• Lack a sense of safety and security

• History of placement breakdown

• Lack of self-worth and self esteem

• Families that cannot keep their children safe due outside influences

• Young people who do not understand risk and the risk of others

• Drug and alcohol use

• Not attending education

• Need therapeutic interventions

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