Safeguarding is an absolutely vital part of everything we do at Woodland View Primary School.
Outstanding safeguarding is about trying to ensure that all of our pupils, their families, our staff and our community feel safe and happy. To do this we need to have the right values and take the right actions to prevent issues arising and deal with them effectively when they do. Safeguarding covers lots of aspects of school life, so for more details please look at the Safeguarding Policy, speak to one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads or another member of staff.
For concerns or safeguarding queries please contact Rachel Stewart – Senior Safeguarding Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A CHILD
If for any reason you become concerned about a child’s well-being you need to talk to somebody. This could be because of something a child has told you, something you have heard or something you have seen. It may be concerns about a child suffering or being at risk of suffering harm, either whilst at school or at home. You can talk to a Designated Safeguarding Lead in school, another member of staff or directly to Children & Families Direct (0115 876 4800). If there is an urgent danger or an emergency then phone the police on 999.
Click HERE to read the WHOLE SCHOOL CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
Click HERE to read the KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE In EDUCATION document
OUR DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEADS ARE -
RACHEL STEWART - SENIOR SAFEGUARDING LEAD & FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER
RUBY GREY - DEPUTY SAFEGUARDING LEAD & HEADTEACHER
NATALIE FIDDIMORE - DEPUTY SAFEGUARDING LEAD & DEPUTY HEADTEACHER
CHARLOTTE RHODES - SENDCo
JOHN WILSON OBE - SAFEGUARDING GOVERNOR
USEFUL WEBSITES & FURTHER INFORMATION
These websites contain lots of information about safeguarding for children, families and professionals. They cover topics such as bullying, online safety, well-being, identifying risks and accessing support. For more information speak to a member of staff.