According to the Guardian, sexist bullying in schools is inhibiting girls from taking part in class because they fear appearing “swotty and clever”.

Mary Bousted, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), said “there are lots and lots of pressures on girls – to be thin, to be attractive, to be compliant and to be quiet – and it’s as great now as it ever has been”.

Schools are working hard to ensure sexist bullying, like all other forms of bullying, are not tolerated and by law every school is required to have measures in place to prevent it. IT Asset Management solution, NetSupport DNA, has features in place to help schools safeguard students in the classroom and across the school. These include Internet metering, keyword monitoring, USB security, webcam control and much more. Additionally students can report concerns directly and discreetly to nominated school staff and access help independently via the online resources and helpline link. 

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