Our setting has a duty under the law to help safeguard children
against suspected or actual ‘significant harm’.
Our strict employment practices ensure against the likelihood of abuse
in our settings and we have a procedure for managing complaints or allegations
against a member of staff.Our way of working with children and their parents ensures
we are aware of any problems that may emerge and can offer support, including
referral to appropriate agencies when necessary, to help families in
Our Safeguarding Co-ordinator is
As part of the setting's policy to make sure that its
provision meets the needs of each individual child, we take account of any
special needs a child may have. The setting works to the requirements of the
1993 Education Act and the SEN Code of Practice 2014. We liaise closely with parents if there any concerns either
from home or at the setting.
Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is
Our setting uses a key person approach. Children within a
key group which includes two or three key workers, one of which will be given
particular responsibility for your child. Your child's key group worker will be
the person who works with you to make sure that we provide opportunities
suitable for your child's particular needs and interests. When your child first
starts at the setting, she/he will help your child to settle and throughout
your child's time at the setting, she/he will help your child to benefit from
the setting's activities.
Our well-being co-ordinator is Sam Adams .