14 West Smithfield EC1A 9HY
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Policies and Procedures

 

Smithfield House Children’s Nursery has a number of policies and procedures in place. You are strongly recommended to make yourselves familiar with their contents. These will be updated as required, and a general review of all policies will be conducted annually.
Date of next review: January 2012. 
Should information within any policy be unclear, please speak to Janet MacGregor.
POLICY STATEMENT
The Management will ensure that any changes to any policy will be communicated to all employees. 
The Management will ensure that all staff, Parents/Carers, Voluntary Worker, and others are fully aware of the channels through which they lodge complaints and appeals on all matters.
We also will endeavor to ensure that all staff practices remain in line with the current best practice, and resources will remain appropriate. Links are maintained with OFSTED and other professional bodies whereby Smithfield House Children’s Nursery can gather advice, support and assistance.
Policies contained within this folder:

Smithfield House Children’s Nursery has a number of policies and procedures in place. You are strongly recommended to make yourselves familiar with their contents. These will be updated as required, and a general review of all policies will be conducted annually.

All our policies are 'living documents' so as and when we have updates from either Ofsted or the Government we make the relevant changes. 

Should information within any policy be unclear, please speak to Janet MacGregor or Amanda Davidson.

POLICY STATEMENT

The Management will ensure that any changes to any policy will be communicated to all employees. 

The Management will ensure that all staff, Parents/Carers, Voluntary Worker, and others are fully aware of the channels through which they lodge complaints and appeals on all matters.

We also will endeavor to ensure that all staff practices remain in line with the current best practice, and resources will remain appropriate. Links are maintained with Ofsted and other professional bodies whereby Smithfield House Children’s Nursery can gather advice, support and assistance.

Policies contained within this folder have been broken down into sections these being:-

The Early Years  Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Health and Safety

Best Practice

 

 

 

  • Hours available 8am – 6pm
  • Open 51 weeks of the year
  • 8 Weeks to 5 Years
  • Childcare vouchers accepted
  • 2year old funding available
  • Registered to accept 3-4 year old free entitlement
  • Ofsted registered
  • Fully qualified staff