Safeguarding at Wyedean
At Wyedean we have a comprehensive safeguarding curriculum which is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that it is relevant to students. In school events such as assemblies, plays and visits from the SchoolsBeat Officer and other agencies such as STREET help students to understand how to stay safe in the real world and online. As a Trailblazers school we work closely with the Mental Health Support Team to intervene early to support young people who may be experiencing difficulties. We also have a school counsellor who is available for longer term support. Key messages on staying safe are shared via designated safeguarding display boards, screen savers, the EduKey app, and in discreet locations such as on desks in the Inclusion Hub and in student toilets.
We take advice from many external sources, most notably with Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children’s Partnership (GSCP) and also use student surveys and the School Council to try to ensure we provide the best possible support either within school or by referring to other agencies.
Please click HERE to view the Early Help offer for both Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire.
Wyedean's Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
Bullying UK - part of family lives
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP)
Conditions/Fabricated or induced illness
Conditions / Female genital mutilation
Family Point Cymru / Monmouthshire / Monmouthshire Families First
Gender-based violence/violence against women and girls (WAWG)
Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service
Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Mental Health Support Teams in Schools - NEW
National Action Plan to Tackle Child Abuse Linked to Faith or Belief
PACE - Parents against child sexual exploitation