Avenues Nursery with Kids Club

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The Avenues Nursery with Kids Club has several policies and procedures in place to ensure that the safety and well

being of your child is met at all times. These policies are available on request from the nursery or to download.

We are also open to any suggestions or comments you may have on each policy.

 

Here is a list of all our policies;

 

Behaviour Management -  this provides guidelines and procedures to follow for practitioners when dealing with behavioral problems

 

Camera & IPAD Policy

 

Child Protection Policy – this explains the procedures for ensuring the safety, welfare and protection of children within the nursery.  Including the procedure to follow if there are concerns about abuse or neglect

 

Complaints – this provides information on how to submit a complaint about any aspect of the care, education or the nursery environment

 

Confidentiality Policy – this emphasises the need for confidentiality within the nursery and the procedures to follow when sharing information.

 

Equal Opportunities – this highlights the nurseries drive to be an inclusive environment, supporting the needs of all   children and parents who access the nursery

 

Fire Safety Risk Assessment

 

Head Lice – this explains the nurseries procedure on dealing with head lice.

 

Health and Safety – this explains the guidelines and procedures in place at the nursery to    ensure that the building is safe and secure and meets the requirements related to supervision of children, risk assessment, first aid, food hygiene, fire safety and security of the building

 

Intercom Safety

 

Lost Children – this includes guidance for dealing with lost children within the nursery

 

Medication – this explains the procedures for administering medication to children

 

Mobile Phone and Social Networking

 

No Smoking Policy

 

Parental Involvement – this explains how parent/practitioner relationships are actively encouraged and why

 

Personal Development and Training – this emphasises the need for practitioners to ensure that knowledge, skills and abilities reflect the needs of the children attending the nursery

 

Recruitment and selection procedures

 

Shared Care Policy

 

Special Educational Needs – this describes the role of the practitioners in supporting children with additional needs and the procedures to follow if there are concerns about a child’s learning and development

 

Strictly no smoking within the building or on the nursery grounds

 

Transition and management of change procedures

 

Uncollected Children – this provides information for practitioners on what to do if a child is not collected at the end of the day and parents cannot be contacted

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