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Please click the following link to our Westbury site OFSTED report: https://files.ofsted.gov.uk/v1/file/50150692
Policies and Procedures for Cygnets Pre-School Contents 0 Introduction 0 Policy and procedures implementation and review policy 01 Health and safety policy 01.1 Risk assessment 01.3 Kitchen 01.4 Children’s bathrooms/changing areas 01.6 Short trips, outings, and excursions 01.7 Outdoors 01.8 Staff cloakrooms 01.9 Maintenance and repairs 01.11 Staff personal safety 01.12 Threats and abuse towards staff and volunteers 01.13 Entrances and approach to the building 01.14 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) 01.15 Manual handling 01.16 Festival (and other) decorations 01.17 Jewellery and hair accessories 01.18 Animals and pets 01.20 Notifiable incident, non-child protection 01.21 Terrorist threat/attack and shelter 02 Fire safety policy 02.1 Fire safety 03 Food safety and nutrition policy 03.1 Food preparation, storage, and purchase 03.2 Food for play and cooking activities 03.4 Menu planning and nutrition 03.5 Meeting dietary requirements 04 Health policy 04.1 Accidents and emergency treatment 04.2 Administration of medicine 04.3 Life-saving medication and invasive treatments 04.4 Allergies and food intolerance 04.5 Poorly children 04.6 Oral health 05 Promoting inclusion, equality and valuing diversity policy 05.1 Promoting inclusion, equality and valuing diversity 06 Safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults policy 06.1 Responding to safeguarding or child protection concerns 6.1b Safeguarding incident reporting form 06.2 Allegations against staff, volunteers or agency staff 06.3 Visitor or intruder on the premises 06.4 Uncollected child 06.5 Missing child 06.6 Incapacitated parent 06.7  Death of a child on-site 06.8 Looked after children 06.9 E-safety 6.10 Key person supervision 07 Record keeping policy 07.1 Children’s records and data protection 07.1a Privacy notice 07.2 Confidentiality, recording and sharing information 07.3 Client access to records 07.4 Transfer of records 08 Staff, volunteers and students’ policy 08.1 Staff deployment 08.2  Deployment of volunteers and parent helpers 08.3 Student placement 09 Childcare practice policy 09.1 Waiting list and admissions 09.1a About our childcare   09.1d Childcare terms and conditions 09.1e Mission statement 09.2 Absence 09.3 Prime times – The role of the key person 09.4 Prime times – Settling in and transitions 09.5 Establishing children’s starting points 09.6 Prime times – Arrivals and departures 09.8 Prime times – Snack-times and mealtimes (older children) 09.9 Prime times – Intimate care and nappy changing 09.10 Prime times – Sleep and rest time 09.11 Managing separation anxiety 09.12 Promoting positive behaviour 09.13 Identification, assessment, and support for children with SEND 09.14 Prime times – Transition to school 09.15  Progress check at age two 10 Working in partnership with parents and other agencies policy 10.1 Working in partnership with parents and other agencies 10.2 Complaints procedure for parents and service users