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Our Policies and Procedures

Policies / Procedures

We have built our personalised policies and these are available to view when visiting. For your info we have listed a few high level examples.

To ensure the nursery runs safely, smoothly and efficiently we have policies and procedures for staff to follow. For your general information some are listed below :

Equal Opportunities:

The nursery is dedicated to a policy of equal opportunity. We recognise that equal opportunity and worth is very important and that we are committed to ensuring access for all to our nursery whether it is for childcare or for a job.

All children, regardless of the above mentioned will be encouraged to express themselves in all aspects of play and encouraged to learn to work together co-operatively and constructively.



Special Needs:


Little Cherubs Hounslow Day Nursery welcomes all children and families irrespective of their needs. We will provide an appropriate learning environment valuing all abilities and maximising each child’s potential.






Sickness and Medication:

Medicines are stored in their original containers, clearly labelled and inaccessible to children. Medicines are not usually administered unless they have been prescribed for that child by a doctor.

The parent gives prior written permission to administer any medication. Written records are kept of all medicines administered to children, and parents sign the record book to acknowledge the entry.

There is a policy about the exclusion of children who are ill or infectious which is discussed with parents. This includes a procedure for contacting parents or another adult designated by the parent if a child becomes ill whilst in our care



The security of the children is extremely important to the nursery, the main entrance to the nursery is always locked to ensure only authorised personnel can gain entrance. In addition, there is a keyfob and self locking mechanism installed on the door to ensure the door can only be opened by a responsible adult who has authorisation to be there.