Greening could face legal action over failure to protect raped pupils

Lawyers write to education secretary about lack of guidance for schools when children have been abused by fellow pupils

The education secretary, Justine Greening, could face legal action if she does not take steps to prevent schoolchildren being forced to share classes with pupils who have raped or sexually assaulted them.

Lawyers who have been contacted by victims have written to Greening complaining that there is still no clear guidance telling schools what they should do when rapes and sexual assaults are reported, despite concerns being raised a year ago.

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