You will be given a copy of all of my Policies and Procedures as a apart of your registration, induction and settling period.
Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements:
1.1 Children’s rights and entitlements
1.2 Safeguarding and Child Protection
1.4 Uncollected child
1.5 Missing child
1.6 Use of mobile phones and cameras
Staff Qualifications, Training, Support and Skills
3.2 First aid
6.1 Administering medicines
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
7.1 Promoting positive behaviour
Safety and Suitability of Premises, Environment and Equipment
8.1 Health and safety general standards
8.2 Maintaining children’s safety and security on premises
8.3 Supervision of children on outings and visits
8.4 Risk assessment
8.5 Fire safety and emergency evacuation
8.6 Animals in the setting
9.1 Valuing diversity and promoting equality
9.2 Supporting children with special educational needs
Information and Records
10.5 Parental involvement
10.6 Children’s records
10.7 Provider records
10.8 Transfer of records to school
10.9 Confidentiality and client access to records
10.10 Information sharing
10.11 Working in partnership with other agencies
10.12 Making a complaint
Is your child sick?
Your child can not attend if he/she
If your child is ill, the best place is for them to be tucked up in their own bed. This day will still be charged.
*****If you need me to administer medication, full details are required in writing. Please complete our Medical consent form.
If my child is off school due to illness, full details will be given to parents - so you can make an informed decision.
If you have any complaints or concerns about the childcare service I provide, Please feel free to bring it to my attention in the first instance - verbally, hopefully it could resolved immediately.
If this is not possible please refer to my complaints policy and procedure. You may prefer to email your concerns to
Parents may approach Ofsted directly at any stage of the complaints procedure. Parents can complain to Ofsted by telephone on in writing at:
Ofsted National Business Unit, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester M1 2WD
Tel: 0300 123 1231
Or contact www.ofsted.gov.uk
For impartial advice, you can call Pacey
(Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years)
Tel: 0300 003 0005
I carry out a daily/weekly risk assessment - checking that all areas of my home & garden are safe and secure - including toys and equipment. Risk assessments are carried out for any outside trips.