Policies

Adverse Weather Policy

Alcohol & Substance Missue

Allergies and Allergic Reactions

Anti-bullying Policy

Arrivals and Departures

Access and Storage of Information Policy.

Accident Policy.

Admissions and Settling in Policy.

Admissions for Funded Children.

Babies and Toddlers Policy

Bathroom Policy

Biting Policy

Bottle Feeding Policy

Bumped Head Tips

Camera, Mobile Phone and Recording Device Use

Cleaning up of bodily fluids Policy

Conflict Resolution with Parents

Child Protection Policy.

Complaints Policy.

Confidentiality Policy.

Data Protection Policy

Privacy Notice

Disciplinary Procedures

Equality.

Fire Evacuation Procedure Policy.

Fire Procedure Policy.

Key Person Policy.

Health and Safety.

Headlice Policy

Healthy Workplace Policy

Healthy Food Policy.

Hygiene Policy

Immunisation Policy

Infection Control Policy

Intimate Care policy

Lone Working Policy

Manual Handling Policy

Medicine Policy.

Late Collection, Non Collection Policy.

Meal Times

Medical Emergency

Monitoring Staff Behaviour Policy

Music Policy

Nappy Changing

Nutrition and Mealtimes

Overall approach to risk assessments

Pet Policy

Parents as Partners

Photograph Policy

Reference Policy

Parental Communications and other Professionals.

Parents and Carers as Partners Policy.

Lost Child Procedure Policy.

Lost Child Procedure – Outings Policy.

Out of School Policy

Promoting Positive Behaviour Policy.

Planning, Observation and Assessment Policy.

Parental Conduct Policy.

Records and Observations Policy.

Outdoor Policy.

Responsibilities

Safe Care & Practice Policy

Safer Recruitment of Staff

Safety Checks

Separated Families Policy

Sickness and Illness Policy.

Social Networking, Mobile Phone, Smartwatches and or Fitbits Policy.

Sleep Policy

Smoking Policy

Staff Appraisals and Supervisions

Social Networking Policy

Staff Parent Relationship Policy

Staff Working with own Child, Close Relation

Start of Day Policy

Sterilisation of Toys

Student Policy

Suitability of Staff

Sun Care

Supervision of Children Policy

Supervision of Visitors Policy

Toilet Training

Training

Transportation Policy

Tutor Visits

Use of Dummies

Use of Internet, Computers Children

Video Policy

Volunteers Policy

Whistle Blowing Policy

Young People Policy

Transitions Policy.

Visits and Outings Policy.

 

 

 

"The Kangaroo Club have provided excellent care for my three children over the last six years. The staff are kind, caring and well liked by my children, and I have always found them to be polite and friendly to parents. Very acommodating with specific or changing needs such as dietary requirements, helping with potty training nap times, out of school care ect. Children do lots of fun activities and group time that they couldn't do at home and for all these reasons I feel confident leaving them in the Kangaroo Clubs care when I go to work."

- Jane Heuston

"Our son is happy, comfortable and flourishing at the Kangaroo club. We couldn't ask for a better nursery for our little boy: staff provide exceptional, personalised care and are always on hand to discuss his progress and needs. He runs in every morning and doesn't want to leave in the evening!"

- Lisa and Chris Capstick

"Having two children who attend three times a week I can honestly say that the staff all go above and beyond to make the rooms, warm, welcome and inviting and each day fun and educational. Staff always get involved with activities and games which is just one of the many reasons my kids love and look forward to their time at The Kangaroo Club."

- Selina Cope

"My Daughter is leaving The Kangaroo club to begin school and I would like to thank all the kangaroo club staff for everything they have done for her over the last two years, she has come on so much, she is a much more confident and independant girl now. Thanks for all your help."

- Emma Brown

"My Daughter loves nursery and gets very excited in the car park when we arrive. The pace of her development over the past few months has been amazing. She loves doing role play, singing , dancing and most of all playing outside. The more messy the play the more fun she seems to have. Thanks for your hard work."

- Paul Fleming