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Our Policies

Administering Medication Policy

Animals in the Setting Policy

Attendance Policy

Admissions Policy

British Values Policy

Children in Care Policy

Children Records Policy

Children Rights and Entitlements Policy

Confidentiality and Access to Records Policy

Employment and Staffing Policy

Fees Policy

Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation Policy

First Aid Policy

Food and Drink Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Induction of Employees and Volunteers Policy

Information Sharing Policy

Intimate Care Policy

Lockdown Policy and Procedure

Maintaining Children Safety Policy

Making a Complaint Policy

Managing Children with Allergies and Illness Policy

Mandatory Data Information - privacy notice

Mental Health and Well-being Policy

Missing Child Policy

Mobile Phone Camera and Technological Devices Policy

No Smoking Policy

Positive Behaviour Policy

Outdoor Play Policy

Oral Health Policy

Online Safety Policy

Packed Lunch Policy

Parental Involvement Policy

Positive Behaviour Policy

Provider Records Policy

Recording and Reporting of Accidents and Incidents Policy

Risk Assessment Policy

Role of Key Person and Setting Policy

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Safer Recruitment Policy

SEND Policy (Supporting Children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities)

Staff Privacy Notice

Transfer of Records to School Policy

Uncollected Child Policy 

Use of Technological Devices Policy

Valuing diversity and promoting inclusion and equality policy

Whistleblowing Policy

Working in partnership with other agencies policy

Our Equality Statement Sept 2023:

Fowlmere Playgroup is registered for 20 Children at each session and currently has 18 on roll. Typically each year we have a higher proportion of boys to girls, however this year it is a little more even (10:8) and predominantly have a white British cohort – currently 94% also 6% Greek. At present 89% of our children have English as their first language, with 11% bilingual (Greek/ English and Italian/ English).

Our catchment area for the setting is Fowlmere, Great Chishill, Heydon and Chrishall Grange in line with the catchment for our feeder primary school, although we also have children attend outside of catchment such as Newton, Shepreth, Melbourn, Barrington, Orwell and Foxton. 50% of children attending at present live within our catchment area. 22% of our cohort are in receipt of 30 hours government funding.

We currently have 0 SEND children and have helped families’ access additional services and support to assist with their additional needs in the past. We currently have 0% children in receipt of EYPP or claiming 2 year funding. All of our families consist of at least one working parent and 100% of our current cohort of children consist of two parent families.

By publishing this information, we demonstrate our commitment to the specific duty within the Equality Act 2010.

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