The Woodland Safeguarding Team
Woodland Safeguarding Team
Mrs G Bradley - Designated Safeguarding Lead (Lead) & Child Welfare Lead
Mrs J Cunningham - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead & Headteacher
The Wider Woodland Inclusion Team Members
Woodland Inclusion Team
Mrs G Bradley - Child Welfare Lead & Designated Safeguarding Lead (Lead)
Mrs J Williams - Pastoral Officer
Mrs L Caron - Assistant Headteacher
Mrs Farnbank-Harrop - Child Mental Health Lead & SENDCo
Any member of these teams can be contacted on:
Woodland Community Primary School is fully committed to the safeguarding of children – ensuring the well being of the child is paramount. For pupils to feel that they are able to do their best and achieve their true potential, it is important that they feel safe and supported in our school environment.
Everyone working within our school, whatever their role, is acutely aware that issues to do with the protection of children are of the highest possible importance. Trust underpins everything that we do in school. The parents of our pupils entrust the care of their children to us and together we are all responsible for their well being.
In relation to safeguarding, Woodland community Primary School aims to ‘prevent’, ‘protect’ and ‘support’ all its pupils by addressing child protection in the curriculum, pastoral activities and in the management of the school, and by empowering and enabling staff to be vigilant for vulnerable students through regular, ongoing training and the dissemination of information. We also involve our pupils in regular assemblies with visiting agencies and workshops which will enable them to stay safe online, in school and at home.
Policies, Procedures & Guidance
Woodland Community Primary School has policies which deal with safeguarding, child protection, radicalisation, behaviour & anti-bullying, health & safety, first aid, safer recruitment & whistleblowing, which are in accordance with National and local (Rochdale Local Authority) procedures and which also comply with the DFE’s safeguarding children and safer recruitment statutory guidance.
Safeguarding Flow Chart 2022 2023
Policies, Procedures & Guidance
7 minute briefings
Water Safety over the summer
Help and advice for parents
As parents, you want to make sure that your children develop healthily and thrive. We are here should you need to help you with advice on how you can build strong relationships with your children and keep them safe. Here is advice and resources for helping parents to keep their children safe, advice for parents on keeping children safe out of school, at home and online, when using the internet, social networking websites and playing online games, help and advice for creating a safe and nurturing environment for your children.
For guidance, further details can be found from:
Parental Controls on Home Devices
This guide will help you set up parental controls to provide your child with a safer online environment. Parental controls can help to protect your child from seeing something that they shouldn’t – although it is important to emphasise that no system is effective all of the time so it is important to engage with your child and talk to them about their online life regularly.
Online Information for parents
Ways to contact the NSPCC
(The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a charity campaigning and working in child protection in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands).
- Provide as much information as you can about the child and the concerns you have.
- If you have any details that can help to identify the child, such as their name or address, please share them too.
- If you’re requesting information, please tell us what you want it for.
Calls are free from landlines and most mobiles.
This service is free and they will try to text you back within three hours.
Other helpful resources for parents/carers: