Keeping your child safe, secure, happy and well cared for is at the heart of everything we do at Mudeford Wood Preschool.
On this page you will find information about our Safeguarding, Special Educational Needs,
Health & Safety, Coronavirus and Complaints Policies.
Please do contact us should you have any questions.
At Mudeford Wood Preschool we pride ourselves on being a friendly and inclusive preschool where every child is welcome, and every child is valued and appreciated as an individual.
If you would like to discuss your child starting Mudeford Wood Preschool please get in touch, we are always happy to help.
We want your child to stay safe and healthy while in our care at Mudeford Wood. We are always happy to talk to parents about our health and safety policiy and answer any questions you may have.
We have comprehensive policies and procedures covering;
This policy will be initially be reviewed weekly by the manager and staff team and new government legislation and policies will be incorporated appropriately as and when required or informed.
This Policy defines and assists the operating arrangements in place within the pre-school that assures compliance with the Government and leading bodies requirements in relation to the outbreak of a pandemic such as Covid19. This information builds upon our current procedures for areas such as Safeguarding, Child Protection and Equality and Diversity, however new practices may emerge as the situation continues. The policy and considerations may evolve and be built upon as the situation deepens and new precautionary measures have been introduced and practices have been reflected upon.
Mudeford Wood Playgroup aims to offer a warm welcome to every child and family, providing a secure, friendly and caring environment in which all children can learn and develop as they play.
We believe children and parents are entitled to expect courtesy and prompt, careful attention to their needs and wishes. Our intention is to work in partnership with parents/carers and the Community and we welcome suggestions on how to improve our playgroup at any time.
Making concerns known
In the first instant every effort will be made to resolve matters informally within the setting of the Playgroup. In Circumstances where a parent makes any formal complaint relating to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) welfare requirements, verbally, in writing or by e-mail, it is now a mandatory requirement for the Playgroup to investigate the complaint, take any necessary action and report the outcome of the findings to the parent within 28 days.