Women’s safety: WHS students invited to have their say…

Wycombe High students have been invited to voice their view about women’s safety, following the death of Sarah Everard.

On 3 March, Sarah disappeared in South London after leaving a friend’s house to walk home. On 10 March, her remains were discovered in woodland, near Ashford in Kent. A serving police officer was charged with kidnapping and murder two days later.

Sarah’s death has sparked a national outcry, with women across the country telling their stories of being followed, harassed, catcalled, exposed to and assaulted.

The Association of State Girls’ Schools invited Year 13 students from Wycombe High to add their voices to the debate, including Head Girl, Rebecca…

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