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Admission Policy Statement of intent

Policy statement


It is our intention to make our setting accessible to children and families from all sections of the local community. We aim to ensure that all sections of our community have access to the setting through open, fair and clearly communicated procedures.




We ensure that the existence of our setting is widely advertised in places accessible to all sections of the community.


We ensure that information about our setting is accessible and provided in written and spoken form.

We will provide translated written materials where language needs of families suggest this is required, as well as access to an interpreter. Where necessary, we will try to provide information in Braille, or through British Sign Language.

We arrange our waiting list in order of receipt of application. In addition, our policy may take into account the following:


-the vicinity of the home to the setting; and

-siblings already attending the setting.


We keep a place vacant, if this is financially viable, to accommodate an emergency admission.

We describe our setting and its practices in terms that make it clear that it welcomes both fathers and mothers, other relations and other carers, including childminders.


We describe how our practices treat each child and their family, having regard to their needs arising from their gender, special educational needs, disabilities, social background, religion and ethnicity or from English being a newly acquired additional language.

We describe how our practices enable children and/or parents with disabilities to take part in the life of the setting.

We monitor the gender and ethnic background of children joining the group to ensure that our intake is representative of social diversity.

We make our Valuing Diversity and Promoting Equality Policy widely known.


We consult with families about the opening times of the setting to ensure we accommodate a broad range of families' needs.

We are flexible about attendance patterns to accommodate the needs of individual children and families, providing these do not disrupt the pattern of continuity in the setting that provides stability for all the children.



All our policies are reviewed at least every 2-3 years





































Policies and Procedures

Policy creation 1.1 Children's rights 1.2 Safeguarding 1.2a Whistleblowing 1.3 Looked after children 1.4 Uncollected child 1.5 Missing child 1.6 Online safety 2.1 Employment 2.1a Safer recruitment 2.2 Student placements 3.1 Inductions 3.2 First aid 4.1 Key person 5.1 Staffing 6.1 Medicines 6.2 Managing sick children 6.3 Recording & reporting 6.4 Nappy changing 6.5 Food & drink 6.6 Food hygiene 6.7 Kitchen checks 6.8 Individual health plan 7.1 Positive behaviour 8.1 Health & Safety 8.2 Children's safety & security 8.3 Outings & visits 8.4 Risk assessments 8.5 Fire safety & evacuation 8.6 Animals in the setting 8.7 No smoking 8.8 H&S RA template 8.9 Fire safety RA template 8.10 Staff safety 9.1 Diversity, inclusion & equality 9.2 SEND 9.3 Social wellbeing audit 9.4 Access audit 9.5 British values 10.1 Early years prospectus 10.1a Prospectus appendix 10.2 Admissions 10.3 Child application to join 10.4 Child registration form 10.5 Parental involvement 10.6 Children's records 10.7 Provider records 10.8 Transfer of records (school) 10.9 Confidentiality 10.10 Information sharing 10.11 Working in partnership 10.12 Making a complaint 10.13 Childcare T's & C's 10.14 Notification of leaving 10.15 Fee policy 10.16 2 year olds 11.1 Facebook rules 11.2 Conflict of interest 11.3 Reserves 11.4 Trustee register of interests 11.5 Declaration of interests 11.6 Staff pay 12.1 Disciplinary procedure 12.2 Grievance procedure 12.3 Sickness absence 12.4 Staff code of conduct 12.5 Visitors 12.6 Health plan (staff) 13.1 Privacy policy 13.2 Privacy notice 'POLICIES CONTENTS LIST IN FULL' 8.11 Emergency closure