Woodfield Primary School is fully committed to Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of all children.

Each child's welfare is of paramount importance. We have an extensive network of support in school and a variety of ways children can access the help that they may need.

If you have any concerns regarding Safeguarding, please do not hesitate to contact our designated leads either by telephone on 01942 243675 or by email at

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mr S Isherwood (Assistant Headteacher)

Deputy Safeguarding Lead: Miss A Prior (Headteacher)

Deputy Safeguarding Lead: Mrs L Broad (Assistant Headteacher)

Designated Safeguarding Governor: Mr I Kendrick 

For further information regarding Safeguarding at Woodfield Primary School, please see our policies below.

Administration of Medication




DBS Checks


Encompass Parent Awareness Letter

First Aid

Guidance for Safer Working Practices

Health and Safety

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Keeping Children Safe Inside

Medical Conditions

Mobile 'Phones and Camera

Safeguarding and Child Protection

Social Networking

Social Media

Whistle Blowing

NSPCC Net Aware

From Instagram and Snapchat to Minecraft and Tumblr, Net Aware is a simple no-nonsense guide for parents and teachers from the NSPCC and O2 to guide you through social media, apps and games that young people use. 

You can sign up to the Online Safety newsletter to help you stay up to date with the latest trends, new sites and to receive safety advice at


Keeping safe online is a vital part of safeguarding the children of Woodfield Primary School.

Please find our E-Safety policy below.


Below are some useful information sheets.

YouTube Safety Fact Sheet

TikTok Information Sheet

Social Media and Cyber-advice Posters


Extremism and Radicalisation

It is vital that staff and parents are aware of the possible danger of extremism and radicalisation of children, predominantly but not solely through online activities. We are committed to supporting parents/carers and children to be aware of these dangers. Please find our Prevent policy below.


Relevant Training

Safeguarding Training - All Woodfield Primary School staff received Level 1 Safeguarding training. It is a requirement of all staff at Woodfield Primary School to have undertaken Level 1 Safeguarding Training.

Prevent Training - All Woodfield staff have participated in Prevent training. 

Safer Recruitment Training - Mrs Brockbank (Chair of Governors), Miss Prior (Headteacher)  and Mrs Barnes (School Business Manager) have completed Safer Recruitment Training.

Defibrillator Training - All Woodfield staff have completed Defibrillator training.

Epi-Pen Training - All Woodfield staff have completed Epi-Pen training

Fully qualified First Aiders -  Mrs Ellison, Mrs Keating, Mrs Keeley and Miss Marshall

Fully qualified Paediatric First Aiders - Mrs Fairhurst, Mrs Brown and Ms Welsby.