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Read moreThe school’s school safety team are now offering more information about safety at school and where to go if you need to discuss it.
The report is being published in a bid to help parents understand the risks of sexual and gender based bullying and how they can protect themselves and their children.
The Department of Education said the new guidance will be available online on Wednesday.
It also said the information will be on a “more comprehensive and robust basis”.
The report, called ‘Safe School’ and written by Professor Alan Murray from the University of Ulster, also says parents should consider the risks they have already taken.
The Irish Times reported last week that the majority of students are not being sexually or physically abused in their schools.
However, the report said the number of sexual or physical abuse incidents at schools has risen significantly in the last 10 years, with the majority being committed by older students.
The survey also said a third of students said they had been harassed by their teachers or classmates in the previous year.
Read moreThis new guidance comes after the Government announced new measures in May to stop schools failing students for being gay, transgender and questioning their faith.
The government has also introduced new measures to allow parents to have more say in the school where their child is attending.
It’s also been announced that more than 1,000 schools across the country are now “gender neutral”.
The Government said it will take further action in the coming months to ensure that all schools are safe places for all students.
It said the measures are already being taken to protect pupils from bullying.