* 1. What is the name of your school?

* 2. Have you ever had any sexting incidents in your school?

* 3. Can you remember the year when the first incident happened?

* 4. Have sexting incidents increased or decreased in the last 3 years?

* 5. What is the youngest year group that has been involved in a sexting incident?

* 6. Do you have any policies that cover sexting?

* 7. If yes, where is sexting addressed in your policies? (tick all that apply)

* 8. Do staff receive any training on sexting?

* 9. If yes, how was this training delivered? (Tick all that apply)

* 10. If yes, who delivered this training?

* 11. What was covered in this training? (Tick all that apply)

* 12. Do pupils receive education around sexting?

* 13. If yes, how is this delivered? (Tick all that apply)

* 14. Does your school have a formal incident response mechanism for sexting incidents?

* 15. Do you strongly agree/agree/have no opinion/disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements (circle as appropriate):

  Strongly agree Agree No opinion Disagree Strongly disagree
We deal with sexting incidents on a case by case basis
Sexting is just a part of wider peer on peer abuse issues
We always involve the police in sexting incidents at the school
Sexting incidents are better to deal with in house than involving outside agencies
Parents create more problems when addressing sexting incidents involving their child
Impact on the victim varies depending on their resilience and popularity

* 16. Which of the following stakeholders would you include when dealing with a typical sexting incident? (Tick all that apply)

* 17. Have any sexting incidents at your school ever led to formal legal proceedings (e.g. police caution, prosecution, etc.)

* 18. Do you have any further comments about the issues raised in this survey?

* 19. If you are happy to be contact for further comment/interview, please leave your contact details (name/email) below

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