Policies

The Preschool’s Policies are available here:

1.1_Children’s_Rights_and_Entitlements

1.2 Safeguarding children and child protection  

1.3 Looked after children 

1.4 Confidentiality and client access to records

1.5 Information sharing

1.6 Uncollected Child

1.7 Missing Child 

1.8 Supervision of children on outings and visits

1.9 Maintaining security and safety 

1.10 Making a complaint

1.11 Valuing diversity and promoting equality 

1.12 Supporting children with special educational needs

1.13 Achieving positive behaviour

1.13a Transitions

 1.14 Animals in the setting

1-15 Administering medicines

1.16 Managing children with allergies, or who are sick or infectious

1.17 Nappy changing 

1.18_No-smoking

1.19 Food and drink

1.20 First aid

1.2 Appendix

2.1 Employment and staffing 

2.2_Induction_of_staff volunteers and managers

2.3 Student placements

2.4 Staff Disciplinary

2.5_Grievances

2.6 Staff Capability

2.7 Mobile phone, camera and social networking policy

2.8 Whistleblowing

3.1 Risk assessment

3.2 Health and safety general standards

3.3 Fire safety and emergency evacuation

3.3a  Lockdown

3.4 Recording and reporting of accidents and incidents

3.7 Food Hygiene 

Basic Kitchen Checks

4.1 Admissions

4.3 The role of the Key-Person

4.5 Parental involvement 

4.6 Exceptional Circumstances 

4.7 Working in partnership with other agencies

5.2 Provider records

5.3 Transfer of records to School

5.4 Reserve Account Policy

5.5 Financing special-needs children

5.6 Data Protection 

Latest News

Off on an Adventure

This half term the children will be looking at the topic, Off on an Adventure, concentrating this week on camping. Activities will include playing with the campsite in the small world area, playing with playdough on the malleable table, role-playing in the home corner, building with interlocking houses in the construction area, matching numbers to quantity on the maths table, playing board games on the table tops and listening to the book of the week Camping Out.  When listening to the story the pre-school children will discuss two words that appear in it, Campers and Falling.

In phonics this week the 2 year olds will be looking through the treasure bucket, the 3 year olds will be listening to the story The Colour Monster, then will discuss feeling happy, and the pre-school children will be clapping out objects.

The Book of the Week: Camping Out

Nature Explorers: Walking around the school maze and leaf rubbing

Homelink Activity: The homelink activities this half term will all be focused around maths.  This weeks activity is

to sing number rhymes e.g. Five Little Ducks, Ten in the Bed.