NEU research on tackling sexism found that:
Only 22% of female students thing their school takes sexism seriously.
78% of secondary school students are unsure or not aware of any policies and practices in their school that prevent sexism.
Only 22% of secondary school teachers have received continuing professional development training in recognising and tackling sexism.
Only 20% of secondary school teachers receive training in recognising and tackling sexism as part of their initial teacher education.
Ofsted's recent research with girls found that
79% of girls said that sexual harassment happened a lot or sometimes.
68% said feeling pressured to do sexual things that they did not want to happen a lot or sometimes.
88% said being sent pictures or videos they did not want to see happened a lot or sometimes.
80% said that being put under pressure to provide sexual images of themselves happened a lot or sometimes.