Support for educators and carers
Schools may be the only place where children and young people affected by domestic abuse and violence feel safe. You can play a vital role in supporting them, and in preventing abuse in the future by promoting healthy relationships and gender equality.
We are happy to discuss how you can appropriately and safely raise awareness of domestic abuse and violence within your school.
Alternatively, Women’s Aid have produced a Toolkit for Education called Expect Respect which can be found at
Research shows that those children who are supported and given an opportunity to work through their experiences show the best recovery and go on to form good relationships in adult life.
ESDAS means to me
What a desperate shame that ESDAS is needed but what an amazing thing that there are people working so hard to help others.