Keeping children safe

Safeguarding children is the responsibility of all staff that come in contact with children. Woodlands Academy has a Safeguarding Policy that is regularly reviewed and updated to give guidance and direction. 

Our Safeguarding Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education 

At Woodlands, we’re committed to keeping children safe online and ensuring everything is done to support parents to monitor online activity. You can find more information in our Online Safety Policy.

In school, children are aware of who they can speak to if something is worrying them. The safeguarding poster below is displayed across the school. In each classroom there is a ‘Worry Box’, which children can use to write down a concern or they can talk to their teacher. The online version of this is the ‘Worry Button’ which is accessible through their Google Classroom.

To ensure that all visitors to our school understand our safeguarding and expectations they are provided with an induction guide on arrival to read. This is in line with our Visitors Policy.

If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child who attends this school you can:

  • speak to a member of the Safeguarding Team via the school office on 0208 998 2479.
  • call Ealing Children’s Integrated Response Service 020 8825 8000 to report any concern you may have about any child and to receive advice and support.

If you would like to talk to someone about your concerns, find out more about safeguarding or get further information NSPCC: 


We have limited spaces available for Reception 2023. Please contact the office to book a tour: 0208 998 2479