Nassington Pre-School

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The settings policies are located in the main foyer. Please find below a list of our policies, if you would like a hard copy please email

1Health and Safety

Risk assessment

Group room


Children’s bathroom/changing areas

Short trips, outings and excursions


staff cloakrooms

Maintenance and repairs

Laudry area

Staff personal safety

Threats and abuse towards staff and volunteers

Entrances and approach to the building

Control of substances hazardous to health

Manual handling

Festivals decorations

Jewellery and hair accessories

Animals and pets

Notifiable incident, non-child protection

Terrorist threat/attack and lock down

02 Fire Safety

Fire safety

03 Food Safety and nutrition

Food perparation, storage and urchase

Food for play and cooking activities

snack planning and nutrtition

meeting dietary requirements

breast feeding

04 Health

Accidents and emergency treatment

administration of medicine

Life-saving medication and invasive treatments

Allergies and food intolerance

Poorly children

Oral Health

05 Promoting inclusion, equality and valuing diversity

Promoting inclusion, equality and valuing diversity

06 Safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults

Responding to safeguarding or child protection concerns

Allegations against staff, volunteers or agency staff

Visitor or intruder on the premises

Uncollected child

Missing child

Incapacitated parent

Death of a child on site

Looked after children


Key person supervision

07 Record Keeping

Children’s records and data protection

Privacy notice

Confidentiality, recording and sharing information

Client access to records

Transfer of records

08 Staff, volunteers and students

Staff deployment

Deployment of volunteers and parent helpers

Student placement

09 Childcare practice

Waiting list and admissions/payment

About our childcare

Application to join

Registration form

Terms and conditions


Prime times, the role of the key person

Prime times, settling in and transitions

Establishing children’s starting points

Prime times – arrival and departures

Prime time – snacks and mealtimes

Prime time – intimate care and nappy changing

Prime times- sleep and rest time

Promoting positive behaviour

Identification, assessment and support of children with send

Progress check at age two

Prime time – transition to school

10 Working in partnership with parents and other agencies procedures

Working partnership with parents and other agencies

Complaints procedure for parents and other agencies

Reserves policy

Trustees expenses

Conflicts of interest