St Mary's Pre-School
|Covid19||We will be running the Pre-school under Goverment Covid19 regulations. Soft toys will no longer be used. Equipment will be used in rotation over the week to minimise infection risks.|
|Lunch Club||This is available only to children attending the Pre-school. It starts at 12pm finishing at 12.45pm. We are hoping to re-start this again from November 2020 but this will be dependant on the Covid19 situation at that time.|
|Admissions||The pre-school is open to every family in the community and our waiting list is arranged in order of date of birth.|
|Accidents||All accidents are recorded in The Accident Book. If serious the Parent/Emergency number will be contacted immediately.|
|Behaviour||We believe that children and adults flourish best in an ordered environment in which everyone knows what is expected of them. Children are free to develop their play and learning without fear of being hurt or hindered by anyone else. We aim to work towards a situation in which children can develop self-discipline and self-esteem in an atmosphere of mutal repect and encouragement.|
|Child Protection Act||The welfare of each child is paramount. It is also a requirement if the Pre-school registration that any concerns shown regarding welfare of children are shared with the Social Services Department.|
|Complaints||If you have any worries or concerns please discuss these with the Pre-school leader, a member of staff or the Chair of the management committee who can be contacted via the Parish Office. Should you wish to take the complaint further, details of whom to contact are displayed on our notice board.|
|Equal Opportunities||At St Mary's Pre-school we acknowledge the different cultures, religions and races in our society. All adults and children will be treated equally. Discrimination will not be tolerated, regardless of religion, race, disability, gender, age. marital status or other factors. We reflect a multi racial society in a positive way.|
September 2020 daily fees will increase to £16.00 per session.
Fees to be paid at the beginning of each half term. No refunds are given, days can be made up if possible.
Nursery Funding - where a child attends more that 5 sessions split between two providers, parents will be required to pay any shortfall (to the amount set by Dfes). If for any reason you no longer require your places a month's notice must be given otherwise 4 weeks fees will be charged.
|Medication||If a child required medication whilst at pre-school, the parent/Carer will be asked to provide written instructions and bring the medication in a container labelled with the child's name. This will be stored on the middle shelf of out cupboard away from children. Any medication given will be recorded in the medication book, which the parent/carer will be asked to read and sign when they come to collect the child.|
pre-school is run by a committee comprising of parents and representatives
from the church.
Link to the church website: http://www.yattonchurches.org
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