Norcot Early Years Centre has Centre wide policies that apply to the Nursery, Waterside Day Nursery and our Holiday Club. We have selected the Key Policies to display on our website that we feel will be of most interest to you. Should you wish to view any other policies, please contact the office for further detail
The Centre takes safeguarding the welfare of children extremely seriously. Everyone at the Centre has a responsibility to ensure all children are safe and all staff receive safeguarding training every three years. We talk to parents about how we safeguard their children while they are with us. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please come and talk to our Designated Child Protection Officer, Diana Heath, or Lisa McCoy or Helen Walsh who are the Deputy Child Protection Officers. Please read our Safeguarding policy below:
Children can be placed on the nursery school waiting list once they are two years old and have completed an application form. Nursery places are offered subject to availability.
This policy outlines what responsibilities both staff and parents have in managing behaviour.
At Norcot we actively follow the guidance issued by the DfE to promote the fundemental British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs.
At Norcot Early Years Centre we believe that all children have the right to be treated with equal respect and dignity, regardless of any disabilities or needs that they might have. We recognise the need to make the Centre accessible to all families who would make use of its facilities, and we strive to be a setting that engenders a keen desire to learn within all of our children.
This policy explains how we treat confidentiality in the Centre.
Please see the attached for our policy on complaints..
Please see our policy on the use of mobile phones in the Centre.
Our Health and Safety Policy details how we ensure that we are all working in a safe environment and implementing safe working practices.
If your child is sick, please ensure you read the sickness exclusion period policy below to establish the exclusion period.
Regular attendance is vital as each session is designed to further your child's learning and development.
Our Teaching and Learning policy explains how, as a Centre, we bring learning to life and provide a balanced broad based curriculum.
Please see the attached document regarding our Charging Policy