Puddleducks Nursery & Pre-School

Policies

Our policies are usually reviewed and updated 
via a rolling program over any given year.


‚ÄčAll policies listed below are sorted into alphabetical order:

Absence
Accidents And Emergency Treatment
Administration Of Medicine

Animals And Pets
Arrivals And Departures

Baby And Toddler Mealtimes
Breast Feeding

Children's Bathrooms And Changing Areas
Children's Records And Data Protection
Client Access To Records
Complaints Procedure For Parents And Service Users
Confidentiality, Recording And Sharing Information Policy
Control Of Substances Hazardous To Health (COSHH)

Death Of A Child On-Site

Entrances And Approach To The Building
E-Safety
Establishing Children's Starting Points

Face Painting And Mehndi
Festival (And Other) Decorations
Fire Safety
Food For Play And Cooking Activities
Food Preparation, Storage And Purchase

Group Rooms, Stair Ways, And Corridors

Health And Safety

Identification, Assessment And Support For Children With SEND
Incapacitated Parent
Infection Control
Intimate Care And Nappy Changing

Jewellery And Hair Accessories

Key Person Supervision
Kitchen

Laundry Area
Looked After Children
Low Level Concerns And Allegations Of Serious Harm Or Abuse Against Staff, Volunteers Or Agency Staff

Maintenance And Repairs
Managing A Suspected Case Of Coronavirus
Managing Separation Anxiety In Children Under 2 Years Old
Manual Handling
Meeting Dietary Requirements
Menu Planning And Nutrition
Milk And Baby Food Preparation And Storage
Missing Child

Notifiable Incident, Non-Child Protection

Oral Health
Outdoors


Poorly Children
Progress Check At Age Two
Promoting Inclusion, Equality And Valuing Diversity
Promoting Positive Behaviour

Responding To Safeguarding Or Child Protection Concerns
Risk Assessment

Safeguarding And Child Protection
Settling In And Transitions
Short Trips, Outings, And Excursions
Sleep And Rest Time
Snack-Times And Mealtimes
Staff Behaviour
Staff Cloakrooms
Staff Personal Safety
Staff, Student, Volunteer, And Parent Helper

Terrorist Threat And Attack And Lockdown
The Role Of The Key Person
Threats And Abuse Towards Staff And Volunteers
Transfer Of Records
Transition To School

Uncollected Child

Visitor Or Intruder On The Premises

Waiting List And Admissions
Whistleblowing
Working In Partnership With Parents And Other Agencies