Our policies and procedures can be found below - just click on a link to download the file. We also have a policies and procedures folder on site, which is available to view on request.
Additional Support Needs Policy
Behaviour Policy and Physical Intervention Risk Assessment
Complaints Procedure and Policy
Early Years Pupil Premium Spending Policy
Emergency or Temporary Closure Policy
Equal Opportunities Policy
Funding and Fee-Paying Policy
Fire Drill Procedure
Health, Safety and Hygiene, Accidents and Medication Policy and Procedure
Lost or Uncollected Child Policy
Record Keeping, Confidentiality and Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Procedure
Selecting Toys, Equipment and Resources Policy
Settling in Policy
Social Media Policy
Staffing, Employment and Development Policy
Sun Protection Policy
Working with Parents and Carers Policy
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How you can help your child at home
Supporting your child’s Personal and Social Development
Helping Build Confidence:
- Listen carefully to what your child is telling you.
- Show your child that you respect their views and their efforts. (Take interest in and comment on their paintings, drawings, models etc.)
- Show your child that they are special to you.
- Be consistent in how you expect your child to behave.
- Try not to be overly hard or overly indulgent with your child.
- Remember to give praise and attention to your child’s good behaviour .
- Encourage your child to be personally independent (e.g. dressing, washing, toileting).
- Give your child choice in his/her daily routines (e.g. choosing which cereal for breakfast, clothes to wear, which walk to take).
- Give your child choices in how he/she uses his/her time at home.
Developing Social Skills:
- Allow your child to meet and socialize with other children during the week.
- Invite other children to play with your child at home.
- Visit other people’s homes.
Encouraging Tolerance and Interest in others:
- Help your child learn about the similarities and differences of others (e.g. from people within your neighbourhood , books, pictures and television).
- Talk to your children about celebrations important to your family and festivals celebrated by others.
Encouraging care for the environment:
- Help your child care for growing things (e.g. through having his/her own patch of garden/window box, providing food for the birds, helping him/her care for a pet).
- Help your child become responsible for keeping the environment tidy (e.g. picking up litter in the park, at the seaside).
Above all, show your child that you really enjoy being with them. Unconditional love is the greatest gift you can give your child, and it costs nothing!
Keeping In Touch
To keep you fully informed, we have the following ways of passing on information:
NoticeBoard - This is regularly updated and contains a copy of our Registration Certificate, Liability Insurance details, the latest newsletter, notices, themes etc.
Newsletter - Issued regularly and at least each half term, this gives details of news, themes, events, fundraising activities and term dates. If you would like it emailed to you, please let us know. The latest newsletter can also be accessed on the website click here
Website -This contains copies of recent newsletters, term dates and other useful information.
Facebook - Gives details of activities and events and our theme for the week, along with photos of some of our activities and crafts. The comments are turned off, except during the Coronavirus closure, when it is open and monitored twice a week.
Open Sessions - We hold one open session each term, which gives you the opportunity to come and spend time with your child in the setting, seeing what they get up to and being able to look through their Leaning Journal and have the opportunity to contribute to your child's learning journey. Staff are also on hand to discuss any issues or concerns you may have and to talk through your child's development with you.
Parents Folder - This is available every day the setting is open, for parents to look through. It contains information about the setting, copies of staff qualifications, all the setting's policies, details about the committee, as well as useful information and leaflets about children's development in all areas of learning, which you may find useful, in order to support your child at home.