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The Queen's Park Early Years Federation relies on various policies and procedures to aid the day to day running of our establishments and to ensure that pupils receive high quality education. A number of these have been made available below. Due to the amount of content, all policies are downloadable for offline reading.

All Policies are available in paper format for parents upon request.

Accessibility Policy

At Dorothy Gardner Centre, Mary Paterson Nursery School and Queens Park Children’s Centre we believe that all children have the right to be treated with equal respect and dignity, regardless of any disabilities or needs that they might have.

Our simple guidelines which underpin the way we work with children and adults across the federation.

Our approach to the induction of Early Career Teachers 

Safeguarding, Child Protection and Early Help Policy

Set the expectations of parental behaviour

Sets out the charging process and under what circumstances voluntary contributions will be requested from parents and carers.

We actively encourage parents and carers to discuss any questions about their child’s well-being and progress, or any other issues with staff.

There are many benefits of exploring the world’s festivals and celebrations with young children. The beliefs and values of the world’s religions and cultures are expressed in many ways, including through festivals and celebrations.

The early year’s pupil premium (EYPP) gives providers of early year’s education extra funding to support disadvantaged 3 and 4 year olds.

We are committed to offering the opportunity to all children, parents and staff to be included, respected and enabled to succeed.

We aim for children to learn life-long skills in healthy eating as part of a healthy lifestyle and to ensure parents are involved wherever possible.

This document outlines the health and safety policy arrangements for ensuring compliance.

At the discretion of the setting, if the child appears recovered and well after spending at least 3 days at home, working parents may bring their child back and staff administer a lunch time dose of antibiotics prescribed by a doctor.

Information about our SEND offering.

Going on visits outside the centre or nursery is an important part of the curriculum for children.