If you have any safeguarding concerns about a student in the school please contact a member of the Safeguarding Team. Mr M Bonsell, Assistant Head is Designated Senior Lead and Ms R Birks is Deputy Designated Lead. Please email them on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a concern about a student.
All disclosures made are assessed and reviewed with the best interests of the child and their safety as a first principle. The Safeguarding Team has very good working relationships with a wide range of external agencies including Social Care, GPs, Police, LCSS (Early Intervention Hub), (P)CAMHS, Oxfordshire LADO amongst others and may refer to these and other agencies in supporting children.
Wood Green also works closely with the NHS. Our School Health Nurse is Mrs Jackie Jenkins. She is available for students and parents and also assists in delivering health-related information to students.
She is available: Monday - Friday 9am-3pm term time only. Referrals can be made directly from the individual student, from parents, staff or other professionals. Appointments can be made by contacting 01993 702355 or 774961. Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mobile: 07557606976.
The WGS Policy on Safeguarding and Child Protection can be found here
You may also contact the following if you are concerned about the welfare of a student or adult at Wood Green School:
Alison Beasley - Local Authority Designated Officer, Oxfordshire Safeguarding.
Direct number: 01865 815956 |Team number: 01865 810603
Safeguarding web page: http://schools.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/safeguarding
If you are concerned about the wellbeing of a young person you can make a referral to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH ) on 03330 143325
For missing children, you can visit Child Rescue Alert and register with this free nationwide missing child alert system, run by the National Crime Agency, the charity Missing People and technology company Groupcall.
A useful Key Points for Parents leaflet about drugs and alcohol and decision making, produced by West Oxfordshire Learning Partnership can be found here
Updated: January 2021