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Child on Child Abuse

Quiz by Lisa Gooding

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  • Q1
    What is one potential effect of child on child abuse on the victim's social relationships?
    Being the center of attention in social settings
    Difficulty trusting others and forming close bonds
    Easily making new friends and connections
    Participating in group activities effortlessly
  • Q2
    What is one potential impact of child on child abuse on the victim's mental health?
    Positive outlook on life
    Increased anxiety and depression
    Enhanced self-esteem and confidence
    Improved communication skills
  • Q3
    What is a potential sign of emotional child on child abuse?
    Active participation in group projects
    Isolation and withdrawal from social activities
    Engaging in extracurricular activities
    Seeking help from teachers or counselors
  • Q4
    What is one common barrier to reporting child on child abuse?
    Belief that the abuse is normal
    Fear of retaliation or stigma
    Trust in the perpetrator
    Confidence in the school system
  • Q5
    What is one potential effect of child on child abuse on the victim's academic performance?
    Increased interest in learning
    Improved focus and study skills
    Higher grades and academic achievement
    Decreased motivation and concentration
  • Q6
    What is an example of emotional child on child abuse?
    Respecting a peer's boundaries
    Constantly belittling a peer's abilities and worth
    Offering help and support to a peer
    Encouraging a peer to pursue their interests
  • Q7
    What is an example of emotional child on child abuse?
    Name calling and insults
    Sharing toys
    Playing together at the park
    Doing homework together
  • Q8
    What is the definition of child on child abuse?
    When children play together at the park
    When children have disagreements and arguments
    When children share toys with each other
    When one child harms another child physically, emotionally, or sexually
  • Q9
    What is contextualised Safeguarding?
    Contextual Safeguarding: Is linked to a child or young persons religious beliefs
    Contextual Safeguarding: Understanding and responding to abuse that take place online
    Contextual Safeguarding: Is when only a DSL can respond to disclosures or allegations of abuse
    Contextual Safeguarding: Understanding, and responding to children’s experiences of significant harm beyond their family and home.

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