Wardle Wise is a new project from Wardle Academy designed to provide guidance and advice for students and parents on community and social issues.
If any students or parents have any concerns about anything or need advice on any issues, please email us at: email@example.com.
Wardle Academy understands the importance of safe online activity. Our school e-safety measures are in place to provide you with the reassurance that we take the safety of your child very seriously, both offline and online.
The school has several online security measures in place which you can review by reading our school e-safety policy. There is a range of e-safety guidance projects within the academy that students can get involved in.
Internet safety has never been more important. If you have any questions or concerns get in touch with key staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anti-bullying is one of the most important areas of any school. Wardle Academy is proactive in its anti-bullying efforts and ensures that any incidences of bullying are dealt with quickly and effectively. Unfortunately there are times when bullying can still occur, particularly with cyber bullying. It’s not always easy to talk about incidences of bullying, Wardle Academy understands this.
Bullying is never accepted at Wardle Academy in any form. If you need talk about anything that is making you uncomfortable then get in touch with key staff by emailing email@example.com.
Mental health is something that affects everyone. There will be times while you are at Wardle Academy when you may become frustrated with yourself or others, you may be feeling the pressure of your subjects or the stress of exams, or you may be concerned or anxious about. Mental health can make us frustrated with things that we would normally not be bothered about. This is totally understandable. What is crucial is learning to calm yourself down, approach ways to resolve whatever is bothering you and seek support.
There is no shame in talking about mental health concerns.
If you are feeling the pressure, it always helps to speak to somebody about it. Wardle Academy staff are faces that listen. We are here to ensure student well-being and this includes helping you with advice and counsel when you feel that times may be getting on top of you. Below is a collection of advice columns and ‘go tos’ for when you are feeling stressed, concerned or down as well as online advice on what you can do to help you cope when things are tough.
We live in a diverse, amazing, multi-cultural society. Everybody is different and we celebrate this difference. There can be times when we may find it difficult to understand certain cultures. What’s important is that we don’t ignore these cultures or the lessons we can learn from them, but instead, learn to tolerate them, even if we find some of them unusual.
By learning about different cultures, life choices and backgrounds, we will become and more accepting community. This will allow us to grow and develop, ready for the challenges that will face us in the future.
Wardle Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment. If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact us
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