Category: Policies

Whistle-blowing policy

Whistle-blowing policy Sunny Day Care is committed to the highest possible standards and recognises that their staffs are often the first to realise that there may be something wrong within the setting. However, they may not express their concerns because they feel that speaking up would be disloyal to their colleagues or they may fear…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/whistle-blowing-policy/

Parents as Partners Policy

Parents as Partners Policy Aim of the Policy To support parents as their child’s first educators To involve parents in the life of the nursery and their children progress and development To be open to input from parents about how the nursery operates To support parents in their own continuing education and personal development We…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/parents-as-partners-policy/

Use of digital images

Use of digital images – photography and video To comply with Data Protection Act 1998, we need your permission before we can photograph or make recordings of your daughter/son. If the child is named we don’t use their photograph. If their photograph is used we avoid naming the child. Where showcasing examples of children’s work…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/use-of-digital-images/

VISITORS

We do welcome visitors but we will take care for the premises to remain safe for children and adults. All the visitors will be accompanied at all the time from the member of staff during their visit. Having visitors is very unsettling for some of the children and distract them from their play and learning…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/visitors/

Equal opportunity

Sunny Day Care Equal opportunity policy Policy statement I offer a friendly atmosphere free from discrimination. I make sure that every child is included and not disadvantaged, but also that they learn from the earliest age to value diversity in others and grow up making a positive contribution to society. Policy procedure I will focus…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/equal-opportunity/

Policy Safeguarding – June 16

Sunny Day Care Policy Statement Safeguarding Children A copy of the policy is included in the information pack given to the parents at their first visit to sign at admission At Sunny Day Care our first responsibility and priority is towards the children in our care. If we have any cause for concern we will…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/policy-safeguarding-june-16/

Sick Child Policy

A copy of that policy will be offered to the parent in the information pack given to them at their first visit to sign. Parents need to sign parental consent form where they give permission for administer Calpol and First Aid. I appreciate that working parents have to be able to go to work, however…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/sick-child-policy/

Complaint procedure

Sunny Day Care Procedure with dealing with complaints We go out of my way to maintain high standards of service. However, if service users have cause for complaint, please make it in writing and place it in the envelope provided in the porch area, email it or give it to a member of staff. The…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/complaint-procedure/

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS POLICY

Sunny Day care has a commitment to inclusion. We aim to: Understand difficulties and recognise and respect individual differences. Offer a wide range of learning and teaching experiences which enable children to become more independent, and include them in whole group life. We will not accept attitudes, language or behaviour that discriminates against children because…

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/special-educational-needs-policy/

Safer Recruitment Policy 2016

The nursery takes its commitment to Safeguard and promote the Welfare of Children and Young People very seriously and expect all staff to do the same. We aim to ensure that all people working with children are suitable to do so and we are therefore extremely vigilant when recruiting new staff to join our team….

https://sunnydaycare.co.uk/safer-recruitment-policy-2016/

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