Statement from WHSG22nd April 2021
The murder of Sarah Everard in March has ignited a national debate about women's safety and misogyny. We have been made aware that a number of pupils who have studied at WHSG have submitted testimonies on a survivors' website. We are saddened that any pupil could have been impacted in the ways detailed, and wish to state that, as a school, we are committed to doing everything we can to condemn these practices in every form and to strive to ensure that the pupils and staff at WHSG feel safe and cared for. We would encourage pupils to report any concerns to the school or to the police.