Safe Learning at WACC
You have a right to be safe
We are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our learners, stakeholders, staff and visitors.
What should you do if you think you are being harmed or abused?
If you think you are being harmed or abused by another learner, a member of staff or a visitor, you should report this as soon as possible. Tell a trusted member of staff what is happening. The WACC Safeguarding Officers are:
- Jade Thornicroft
- Elaine Johnson
- Garry Welborn
- Deborah Illidge
- Julia Hawes
- Phil Cooper
- Shafeen Akhtar
You can read our full safeguarding policy here.
WACC is committed to the wellbeing of our learners. Here are the numbers of some local services that you may find useful:
Domestic Violence Forum
01922 406 767
Stepping Stones 24-Hour Helpline
0800 389 5790
0121 643 1638
Cyberbullying involves using technology to bully people. It can include texting, instant messaging, and posting on social media and gaming websites. Coping with cyberbullying can be difficult because it can happen at any time of the day. To make matters worse, bullying messages and images can be shared so they are seen by more people for longer than other kinds of bullying. This kind of sharing can quickly get out of control.