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Woodley Pre-School |

Policies and Procedures 1 January 1970

Below is a list of the pre-schools policies and procedures. These polices inform the staff's practice with your children. All policies have been added as documents on Tapestry, which you can view through your desktop login for Tapestry. Parents are advised to read through these at your earliest convenience.

If you require a copy of any of them, please conatct the manager, who will be happy to email copies to you.

A simplified version of our setting's Complaints Procedure is detailed on a seperate page on this website, for your information.

Safeguarding Children

1.1 Children’s rights and entitlements
1.2 Safeguarding children and child protection
1.3 Looked after children
1.4 Uncollected children
1.5 Missing children
1.6 Use of mobile phones and cameras
1.7 Social Media
1.8 Preventing extremism and radicalisation


Suitable Children
2.1 Employment
2.2 Student Placements
2.3 Recruitment of ex-offenders


Staff Qualifications, Training, Support and Skills
3.1 Induction of staff, volunteers and managers
3.2 First aid


Key Person
4.1 The role of the key person in the setting


Staff : Child Ratios
5.1 Staffing


Health
6.1 Administering medicine
6.2 Managing children who are sick, infectious or with allergies
6.3 Recording and reporting of accidents and incidents
6.4 Nappy changing
6.5 Food and drink
6.6 Food hygiene
6.7 Pandemics


Managing Behaviour
7.1 Achieving positive behaviour


Health and Safety, General Standards
8.1 Health and safety general standards
8.2 Maintaining children’s safety and security on the premises
8.3 Door policy
8.4 Supervision of children on outings and visits
8.5 Risk assessments
8.6 Fire safety and emergency evacuation
8.7 Animals in the setting
8.8 Equipment and resources
8.9 No smoking


Equal Opportunities
9.1 Valuing diversity and promoting equality
9.2 Supporting children with special needs


Information and Records
10.1 Admissions
10.2 Fees
10.3 Parental involvement
10.4 Children’s records
10.5 Provider records
10.6 Transfer of records to school
10.7 Confidentiality and client access to records
10.8 Information sharing
10.9 Working in partnership with other agencies
10.10 Reserve
10.11 Handling of DBS documentation
10.12 Making a complaint
10.13 Whistleb