Safeguarding For All2018-06-14T13:28:46+00:00

Our Safeguarding policy can be read in full by clicking here

This page is for parents, students and staff. It contains useful links to external sites, agencies and support in areas information and awareness in a range of issues.
The Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) for our schools are:

Mr N Morris

Headteacher

Email

n.morris@cwlc.email

Mr D Farmer

Assistant Headteacher

Email

d.farmer@cwlc.email

Mrs D Evans

Assistant Headteacher

Email

d.evans@cwlc.email

Mrs E Kyte

Safeguarding Officer

Email

e.kyte@cwlc.email

Christopher Whitehead Language College and Sixth Form is committed to safeguarding all students and we react to current trends and issues. On this page you can find links to websites giving information, support and advice for a wide range of safeguarding issues, for students, parents, carers and staff to access.

Our current top link supports West Mercia Police who have recently launched a new campaign in raising awareness about Child Sexual Exploitation. Access to their website and further information can be found below.

TELL SOMEONE

Visit the website

Think you or a friend might have been sexually exploited? Want some advice or someone to talk to? Worried about your child or a young person in your care?

Please tell someone.

Exploitation is never your fault, even if you went along with things at first. Abusers can be very clever in the way they manipulate young people.

Call the police on 101 (always dial 999 in an emergency)

Contact Childline , call them free on 0800 1111
If you want to report a crime anonymously call Crimestoppers UK  on 0800 555 111
Visit the Say Something web page and helpline 116 000

You can also find information, help and support from other agencies here.

Kooth is an online support service for young people that offers individual advice from qualified counsellors and advice for self-help.

Visit the website

Visit the website

The aim of this guidance is to ensure we are all aware of the ‘Prevent Strategy’ and our key responsibilities in trying to ensure we protect our young people who may be in danger of being radicalised.

Prevent Strategy Guidance
Coping with Self Harm Guide

Internet safety using ‘Think u Know’ – http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ for students, parents and teachers

You can read “Prevent Strategy Leaflet for Parents and Students” by clicking here

CEOPs Parent Information

If you’re worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online, let CEOP know.

Pace – Parents against child sexual exploitation

Keep them safe is a free online learning tool from Pace and Virtual College which has been accessed by thousands of parents and professionals.

Although the course is aimed at parents, safeguarding professionals will also find this 20-30 minute e-learning training course a valuable source of information to:

  • find out more about child sexual exploitation
  • learn the signs and indicators of when a child might be being exploited
  • understand the impact child sexual exploitation can have on families
  • know what to do if you suspect a child might be at risk of this abuse.