Policies and Procedures

Hilltop Tots maintains an extensive catalogue of Policies and procedures that underpin all areas of practice.These include:

Safeguarding and child protectionBritish valuesCleaningBehaviour managementLockdown policy
Data ProtectionStaff safetyInternet social networkingIllness and accidentsEqual opportunities
E safetyFood and drinkNo smokingAdministration of medicationBullying
PreventFood HygieneDate protection GDPRData protection
Hygiene and infection controlLooked after childrenEmail and internetDigital imagesAllergy management
Supporting TransitionWorking in partnership with other agenciesSun SafetyICTRisk management
2 year progress checkUncollected childAdmissionsPlanningSecurity Policy
Health and safetyStudent PlacementInduction policyRecruitmentHealthy eating
Accident reportingConfidentialityLarge outdoor equipmentEmployee GDPRSafeguarding children
Fire safetyManual handlingAnti-bullyingDisabled accessSEN
ComplaintsParent partnershipThe role of the keyworkerTransitionStaff equal opportunities
CapabilityWhistleblowingValuing diversity and promoting equalityAnimalsHand washing
VolunteersMobile PhoneCar Park

 

Parents are introduced to them during their 'Welcome Meeting' and new staff during the course of their Induction.

All Policies and procedures are revisited and reviewed annually and we seek to ensure that they reflect the high standards that prevail within the nursery at all times.

Parents are emailed all polices and procedures along with there application form and enrollment pack and all policies and procedures are available on their Baby's days account. A physical copy can be provided on request.

Safeguarding and Child Protection

Safeguarding is at the heart of everything we do here at Hilltop Tots. We believe children learn best when they feel happy, safe and secure and when we work closely in partnership with our parents to ensure children are able to thrive and reach their full potential. Please find below our safeguarding and child protection policy:

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