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Staying safe at Westglade

Designated Senior Safeguarding Leads

Designated Senior Safeguarding Leads 1 Ms Keely (Headteacher)
Designated Senior Safeguarding Leads 2 Mrs Wilson (Deputy Headteacher)
Designated Senior Safeguarding Leads 3 Mrs Wenyon (Assistant Headteacher + SENCO)

Well-being team

Well-being team 1 Ms Keely (Headteacher)
Well-being team 2 Mrs Wenyon (SENCO)
Well-being team 3 Mrs W (Assistant SENCO/well-being lead) full time
Well-being team 4 Miss Clay (Specialist ASD support) full time
Well-being team 5 Penny (well-being consultant)
Well-being team 6 Mrs Radmall (Family Support/KS2 behaviour lead)
Well-being team 7 Mrs Baskill (Pupil Premium Lead)
Well-being team 8 Ju Hayes (Educational Psychologist)

If you have any safeguarding concerns then please immediately voice them to one of our safeguarding leads. 


At Westglade we pride ourselves on the inclusive and responsible attitudes our students take. We immediately address any concerns that are raised to ensure that this is maintained across classes and across school. Through our PSHE/SEAL lessons we have a comprehensive coverage of a range of issues facing young people today and help them to understand and deal with the emotions some situations bring. Should any issues arise they are dealt with immediately.


If you would like to know more, please ask the office for a copy of our policy.

Anti-Bullying Week 2017: All Different, All Equal - Key Stage 1 & 2 Film

This video was produced by Unique Voice, supported by the Anti-Bullying Alliance for Anti-Bullying Week 2017 and is the official Anti-Bullying Week 2017 video for primary school age pupils. With thanks to Filton Avenue Primary School in Bristol and all the pupils involved in the video.

Anti-bullying Video 2016

Anti-Bullying Week 2015 video

We want everyone to Make a Noise about bullying; whether it's happening to you or someone else. That's why the Anti-Bullying Alliance, hosted by the National Children's Bureau, have teamed up with Barclays to create this video to officially launch Anti-Bullying Week 2015.