Our Policies

We provide a very high standard of care and education for your child

Our aim is to provide a very high standard of care and education for your child. 

To ensure this we have detailed policies in place. 

These policies are in the setting and readily available for parents to access and read.

List of Policies

  • Admissions policy 
  • Accident policy 
  • Behaviour Management policy 
  • British Values policy 
  • Children’s Records policy 
  • Children’s rights and entitlements policy 
  • Complaints procedures policy 
  • Confidentiality policy 
  • Contacting parents/carers upon evacuation from the pre-school policy 
  • Dummy policy 
  • Employment and staffing policy 
  • Equal Opportunities  
  • Fire evacuation policy 
  • First Aid policy 
  • Food and Drink policy 
  • Hand washing policy 
  • Health and safety general standards policy 
  • Infectious disease policy 
  • Information Sharing policy 
  • ICT acceptable use policy 
  • Intimate care policy 
  • Key person approach policy 
  • Looked after children policy 
  • Lost child policy 
  • Lunch time policy 
  • Mobile phone/camera policy 
  • Maintaining children’s safety and security on premises policy 
  • Medication policy 
  • Nappy changing policy 
  • Non-collection of children policy 
  • No smoking policy 
  • Parental involvement policy 
  • Parents failing to collect their children policy 
  • Providers record policy 
  • Risk assessment policy 
  • Recording and reporting accidents and incidents policy 
  • Refreshments policy 
  • Settling into pre-school nursery policy 
  • Special educational needs/disabilities policy 
  • Safeguarding policy 
  • Safer recruitment policy 
  • Student placements policy 
  • Sun safety policy 
  • Supervision of children on outings and visits policy 
  • Transfer of records to school policy 
  • Visitors policy 
  • Working in partnership with other agencies policy 
  • Whistle blowing policy 
  • Equal opportunities policy 
  • Dalton pre-school constitution policy 

Parents Information

  • Latest Newsletters
  • Voucher Schemes
  • Parents Handbook

All Parents Information and Policies can be accessed in the main entrance.

 

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Baby & Nursery Room

MONDAY-THURSDAYS

Extended day care: 07.45 – 17.15
Full day care: 09.00 – 15.00

Breakfast: 07.45 – 08.30
Morning: 09.00 – 12.00

FRIDAYS – 3pm Finish

Pre-School Room

MONDAY-THURSDAYS

Extended day care: 07.45 – 17.15
Full day care: 09.00 – 15.00

FRIDAYS – 3pm Finish

Breakfast: 07.45 – 08.30
Morning: 09.00 – 12.00
Lunch: 12.00 – 12.30
Afternoon: 12.00 – 15.00 (funded children only)

Free Sessions

Free sessions for 3 and 4 year olds.

Free early learning gives children a great start in life. Through learning and playing with other children in a safe and structured environment, they’ll have a head start when they begin school.

All three and four year olds in England are entitled to 15 hours of free nursery education for 38 weeks of the year. This applies until they reach compulsory school age (the term following their fifth birthday).

Free early education places are available the Nursery.