Background: A child is abused when they are exposed to
sexually, psychologically, or physically threatening
situations. Method: A Quantitative Research design was
used in this study. Purposive sampling technique was
used for the selection of 120 students from Sarvodaya
Bal Vidhylay, Delhi. Data was obtained using self-
administered Knowledge questionnaire. Result: there
was statistically significant mean difference for
knowledge score observed between experimental group
and control group during post-test. Conclusion: Since
child abuse leads to lifelong impairment of child’s
physical and mental health which ultimately affects the
country’s economic and social development, so there is a
need to increase awareness of children regarding child
abuse which can help in preventing them.
Keywords : Knowledge, Child Abuse, School Going Children, Video Assisted Teaching.