Our Policies

Its volunteers of trustees include a team of professional people who have a variety of professional skills and knowledge.

Little Fingers Pre-school will:

  • provide equal opportunity and access to  all children.

  • endeavour to ensure that appropriate provision is made for children who have special needs.

  • recognise the importance of working together in an open and co-operative manner with children and their parents.

  • protect all information concerning children and make disclosure only with parental consent.

  • positively encourage good behaviour bearing in mind that in the case of unacceptable behaviour, it is the behaviour and not the child that is the source of disapproval.

  • provide and maintain a safe and healthy environment and working practice for children, staff and parents

Absence and Management 

Acceptable IT Use

Access and Storage of Information

Accidents and First Aid

Admissions

Adverse Weather

Alcohol and Substance Misuse

Allergies and Allergic Reactions

Animal Health and Safety

Anti-bribery

Arrivals and Departures

Bereavement

Biting

Complaints and Compliments

Conflict Resolution with Parents and Agressive Behaviour

Critical Incident

Data Protection and Confidentiality

Dealing with Discriminatory Behaviour

Disciplinary Procedure

Domestic Abuse

Early Learning Opportunities

Equipment and Resources

Fire Safety

Food Play

Free Flow Environment Policy

GPPR Privacy Policy

Grievance Procedure

Health and Safety

Healthy Workplace

Immunisation

Inclusion and Equality

Infection Control

Intimate Care

Late Collection and Non Collection

Lock Down Policy

Lone Working Policy

Looked After Children

Lost Child Procedure from Outings

Lost Child Procedure from Pre-school

Manual Handling

Medication

Mobile Phone and Electronic Device Use

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Monitoring Staff Behaviour Policy

Multiple Birth Families Policy

Nappy Changing

No Smoking / Vaping

Nutrition and Mealtimes

Online Safety Policy

Overall Approach to Risk Assessments

Parents and Carers as Partners

Personnel

Prevent Duty and Radicalisation

Promoting Positive Behaviour

Quality Provision Policy

Record Retention Policy

Safe and Respectful Care

Safe Recruitment of Staff

Safeguarding Children

Separated Family

The Role of the Key Carer and Settling in

Sickness and Illness

Social Networking

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Staff Development and Training

Staff working with their own children

Students

Suitability of Staff

Sun Care

Supervision of Children

Supervision of Visitors

Supervisions

Use of Dummies in Pre-school

Visits and Outings

Volunteers

Well-being for Staff

Well-being in the Pre-school

Whistleblowing

Young Worker Policy