Warwick Academy is committed to ensuring all our pupils feel safe and well cared for, and to providing a secure school environment for learners, staff, parents/carers and other visitors.

The school takes student welfare and safety very seriously, and takes action to reduce all kinds of harm including: abuse, bullying, discrimination and avoidable injuries. We also promote a culture where children and adults feel confident to share their concerns about their own or others’ safety and wellbeing.

All Warwick Academy staff receive regular safeguarding training, and we continue to ensure that our staff, governors, parents/carers and students work together to keep children safe.

The school’s safeguarding leads are Beatrix Simpson (Designated Safeguarding Lead) and Katie Ridnell, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead). They can be contacted on 01933 446900 and

If you are concerned about the immediate safety or wellbeing of a student, please call 01933 446900 (8am to 4pm) or email us by clicking here.

If you believe that a child is in imminent danger, please contact the police. Dial 999.

For more details on how we safeguard students at Warwick Academy, click on the links below: