Policies

The Preschool’s policies and procedures are documented in an operational plan. This is used as a working document to ensure the Preschool is providing Early Years Care and Education of a high quality.  The policies and procedures are available at all times for you to read and look at in the entrance hall of the Preschool.  Alternatively, please click on the links below to view each policy.

06.01a Child Welfare and Protection Summary July 21

06.01b Safeguarding Incident Reporting Form July 21

06.01c Confidential Safeguarding Incident Report Form July 21

06.08a Care Plan for Looked After Children Form July 21

07.01a Privacy Notice July 21

09.01d Childcare Terms and Conditions July 21

Absence

Accidents and Emergency Treatment

Administer of Medicine

Allegations Against Staff, Volunteers or Agency Staff

Allergies and Food Intollerance

Animals and Pets

Arrivals and Departures

Childcare Practice Policy

Children’s Records and Data Protection

Client Access to Records

Complaints Procedure Parents

Confidentiality, Recording and Sharing Information

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)

Death of a Child On-Site

Deployment of Volunteers and Parent Helpers

Dress Code Policy

E Safety

Entrances and Approach to the Building

Establish Children’s Starting Points

Festivals and Other Decorations

Fire Safety

Fire Safety 1

Food for Play and Cooking Activities

Food Preparation, Storage and Service

Food Safety and Nutrition Policy

H&S Children’s Bathroom Changing Area

H&S Kitchen

H&S Laundry

H&S Maintanence and Repairs

H&S Outdoors

H&S Policy

H&S Risk Assessment

H&S Short Trips and Outings

H&S Staff Personal Safety

Health Care Plan

Health Policy

Identification, Assessment and Support for Children with SEND

Incapacitated Parent

Initimate Care and Nappy Changing

Jewellery

Key Person Supervision

Life Saving Medication

Looked After Children

Managing Separation Anxiety in Children Under 2 Years Old

Manual Handling

Meeting Dietary Requirements

Missing Child

Notifiable Incident, Non-Child Protection

Oral Health

Poorly Children

Progress Check Aged 2

Promoting Inclusion, Equality and Valuing Diversity Policy

Promoting Inclusion, Equality and Valuing Diversity 1

Promoting Positive Behaviour

Record Keeping Policy

Responding to Safeguarding or Child Protection Concerns

Role of the Key Person

Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy

SEN Support Initial Record of Concern

Settling In

Sleep and Rest Time

Snack and Meal Times

Staff Deployment

Staff Looking After Own Children

Staff, Volunteers and Students Policy

Stress Policy

Student Placement

Terrorist Threat Attack and Lock-Down

Threats and Abuse Towards Staff and Volunteers

Tiddlywinks Business Plan 2013

Transfer of Records

Transition to School

Uncollected Child

Visitor or Intruder on the Premises

Waiting list and Admissions

Working in Partnership with Parents and Other Agencies

Working in Partnership with Parents and Other Agencies 2