Policies and Procedures

Accident and Emergency

Last Updated 21/02/2014

Administration of Medication

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Alcohol and Drugs

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Allegations of Abuse

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Behaviour

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Biting

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Child Protection

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Complaints Policy Statement

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Confidentiality

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Emergency Evacuation

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Equal Opportunities

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Food and Drink

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Health and Safety

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Illness and Infectious Diseases

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Inclusion

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Lost Child

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Medicines

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Outings

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Photographs

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Play and Learning

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Privacy Notice

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Risk Assessment

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Safeguarding

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Safety

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Settling In

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Sickness

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Smoking

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Television

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Uncollected Child

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Working with Parents

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F.A.Q.

What happens if my child is ill?
Telephone or email the setting if your child is ill. Due to staffing commitments we are unable to refund families for days absent due to sickness. If your child becomes ill during our care we will closely monitor the child and immediately contact parents. In an emergency we will make a judgement if it is necessary to quickly take a child to the nearest hospital or doctor. It is important that the welfare of all the children in the setting is safeguarded and for this reason a child with a contagious illness should not be brought into the setting.
What are the arrangements for the dropping off and the collection of children?
Punctuality is important because if children arrive before their agreed you may be required to wait until the appointed time as the adult/child ratios in the scheme may be affected. Children should never be collected late without prior arrangement. All parents or carers are met at the door by a member of staff. Parents or carers must be recognised in order to gain entry. Occasionally, a child may be collected by another nominated person – in this case a password must be given. Without this password we will not hand over a child. The entrance is monitored by camera.
Can I visit your Setting?
It is essential that you visit the setting before making any arrangements. You will need to arrange an appointment for the visit. During your visit we will show you around and explain how we will care for your child.
Are you OFSTED Registered?
Yes. We are acknowledged by OFSTED to be Good with outstanding areas at our last inspection.