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Wootton Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.

If you are concerned about the safety of any child in our school, you must report this to the Designated Safeguarding Lead – Mrs. Jane Page

If you are concerned about the conduct of a member of staff or a volunteer in our school, you must contact the Principal – Mr. Dan Rosser.

Visitor Procedures

  • All visitors must present relevant photo identification on arrival such as a driving licence, an official identity badge, a passport.
  • All visitors must sign in at Main Reception.
  • The school will check the security features of any DBS certificate presented.
  • All visitors will be issued with an appropriate lanyard, which must be displayed at all times whilst on the site.
  • Visitors will be asked to remain under the supervision of a designated member of staff whilst on site.
  • Visitors wishing to speak to a particular member of staff should telephone the school to make an appointment, when possible, to avoid disappointment.
  • Visitors must not use a smart phone or camera on site.
  • Visitors must sign out at the Main Reception and re-turn their visitor lanyard before leaving the site.

Remember… if in doubt… ask.       

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs Jane Page

  • Safeguarding Governor: Dr Laura Knight
  • Other Trained Designated Safeguarding School Staff:
  • Mr Geoff Treadgold
  • Mr Dan Rosser
  • Mrs Lydia Wild 
  • Mrs Claire Woodbridge
  • Mrs Corinna Kerrou
  • Ms Carla Grady
  • Mrs Sam Macdonnell

Further information for parents          

Useful Contacts

If you need someone to talk to, reach out to any of the following:


Childline – 0800 1111

You can also access a 1-2-1 counsellor online through Childline here:


Samaritans– 116 123

The Lowdown

The Lowdown – 01604 634385

Free and confidential counselling for teens in Northampton


Chat Health - 07507329600

Text your school nurse


CAMHS Live -

Online chat service run by trained CAMHS workers

Young Minds

Young Minds –

Great website full of useful resources and tips

Recommended Wellbeing Apps

The following apps are great tools for supporting young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health:



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Internet Safety

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

For more information visit CEOP here

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