About Us

At Nene Valley Day Nursery we believe in providing a High Quality Service, Added Value And Delivering Results.

We Strive for:
Happy Children
Happy Staff
Happy Parents

Aims

Our primary goal is to ensure that we provide the highest quality childcare that is both accessible and affordable. Our nursery will differentiate itself by a passionate attention to detail in everything we do underpinned by our quality program. Your children will be safe, loved and stimulated in an efficient, well maintained and above all Homely Environment. We will promote a healthy understanding and respect for natural values in all aspects of the nursery.
Above all, we want your children to leave our nursery with the confidence and skills to help them meet the challenges that lie ahead in the school system and beyond. We passionately believe this to be a joint effort between the nursery and parents and to that end we will promote the right environment for that partnership to succeed.

Registration Body


We are registered with Ofsted who inspect us against the 1989 Children Act and the Early Years Foundation
Stage 2012.

Safeguarding Children

Nene Valley Nursery Safe Guarding Children Policy has been written taking regard of the following principles:

· Every child has the right to be safe.
· Every child has the right to personal privacy.
· Every child has the right to be valued as an individual.
· Every child has the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
· Every child has the right to be involved and consulted in their own intimate care to the best of their abilities and where practicable.
· Every child has the right to express their views on their own intimate care and to have such views taken into account, where practicable.
· Every child has the right to have levels of intimate care that are consistent.

We have put in place a comprehensive set of procedures for staff to follow when a member of the team has a concern regarding the health and safety of a child in their care, where they may for example suspect some form of child abuse is taking place, including within the workplace. This could be in the form of physical, sexual, emotional abuse or some form of neglect of the child’s welfare.

Good Practice

· We will ensure that staff are not left alone with children for any length of time.
· Children will be under the supervision of more than one adult.
· Staff who have not been police checked and we have not received their CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) disclosure form, will not be left alone with the children and will not be able to take the children to the toilet, or change any nappies.
· All staff will attend Child Protection training. This will be updated every two years to allow us to update our policy.
· The Nursery Manager and Deputy Manager are our designated Safeguarding Children representatives.
· Please see our Safeguarding Children Policy for further information.

Procedure

· Any sign of a mark or injury to a child when they come into nursery will be recorded.
· It will be recorded in the nursery’s ‘home incident books’, which are found in all the rooms of the nursery.
· We ask parents to inform us of all accidents that happen at home and to complete the home incident book.
· The nursery’s Safeguarding Children representatives will regularly review the home incident books.
· If there appear to be any queries regarding the injury the Local Authority will be notified. Where a member of staff or manager/deputy is sufficiently concerned, they will contact the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) for further advice and guidance.

Our nursery is committed to working in partnership with parents/carers, therefore it is our policy to inform you of any concerns we may have, and of any referrals or advice sought from the LCSB.

Nene Valley Day Nursery, 40 Park Road, Peterborough, 01733 685965
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