High Well Safeguarding Team
Senior Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DSL) - Adrian Coates (Acting Headteacher)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Sandra Shaw (Safeguarding Officer)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Tara McKinnon (Acting Deputy Headteacher)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Natalie Jackson (Acting Assistant Headteacher/SENCO)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Natalie Bell (SENCO)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Sophie Stepney (EWO)
Deputy Designated Lead for Safeguarding (DDSL) - Nicola Fradgley (RSHE Lead)
If you have any concerns about your child in relation to their safety please contact the school and ask to speak to the staff listed above.
Please go to 'Policies' under 'About Us' to view our safeguarding policy.
Wakefield Young People's Safeguarding Charter
High Well School have signed up to Wakefield's Young People's Safeguarding Charter. The charter has a set of expectations created by the young people of Wakefield and a staff pledge to keep young people safe. Click the button below to view the charter
In this digital world we live in, the safety of our pupils online is one of our top priorities. Please find below the school's online safety policy, an overview of topics covered within our online safety curriculum and links to resources which can help you to keep your children safe online. Please contact Mr Adrian Coates, Assistant Headteacher and Online Safety lead should you require any further information.
Please go to 'Policies' under 'About Us' to view our Online Safety policy.
Keeping your child safe online and Cyberbullying
Click the link below to go to parentzone for advice and guidance on how to keep your child safe online.
Other Useful links for parents.
- What are the issues? | Safer Internet Centre
- Advice on key topics - Childnet
- Net Aware: Your guide to social networks, apps and games (net-aware.org.uk)
- Parent Info | From NCA-CEOP and The Parent Zone
- Gaming advice
The Safer Schools App is available for the latest safeguarding updates direct to your phone. Please download the App and enter the school code as directed below.
Click below for advice from the Department for Education (Dfe) on Cyberbullying.
Click the links below for Parental Guides to e-safety for game consoles and devices.
Click on the buttons below to view the school's ICT Acceptable Use Policy for pupils, parents/carers and staff.
As a parent/carer there is a lot you can do to support your child to develop positive views and healthy behaviours around sex, most importantly - talk to them. On our curriculum page you can find out how your child learns about healthy relationships, sex and health through dedicated curriculum time from KS2 onwards, including keeping themselves safe online. Below is a series of links to websites with information to support your child, including Think U Know, Parents Protect, NSPCC.
Where can I get some support?
Click the button below to find out about support available in Wakefield via Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership
Online resource for children and young people in Wakefield
Click the button below to access information about events, courses, services and activities in Wakefield