HERE IS A LIST OF ALL OUR POLICIES
Here at Blossoms Nursery we have a range of policies set in place so that you are then able to read through each policy and make sure that you understand fully about what what our policies are. Below you will see all of the policies that we have put into action, these policies include: Behaviour, Diversity, EYFS/Parent Partnership, Key Carers, Learning Journeys, Safeguarding in Childcare, Senco and Uniforms.
The Blossoms Nursery team recognise their need to set out reasonable and appropriate boundaries to manage the behaviour of children in the nursery. By providing a happy, safe and calm environment the children will be encouraged to develop the vital social skills they will need to progress in society as they grow.
We welcome children and families from all social, cultural and religious backgrounds. We value the diversity of family structures and life-styles. We aim to create a rich and diverse nursery environment to reflect the social and cultural diversity in our community.
EYFS / PARENT PARTNERSHIP
The EYFS aims to raise the quality of education and care. We are committed to this practice and will actively involve parents in the development of each child at Blossoms Nursery.
We see this as a partnership, of which communication between the nursery and your home is of utmost importance (this may include; home observations, photographic evidence and communication books).
Staff working in the nursery are highly committed to identifying and meeting the individual needs of each child attending.
To aid this process, Blossoms Nursery operates a key carer system whereby every level two and three qualified member of staff is responsible for a group of children, liaising with their families and maintaining the children’s records of development and learning.
The records are to be used to support discussions with parents and to support the early identification of any child who may be experiencing difficulties in any area or who may have particular strengths.
This is where we record the progress your child is making at our nursery.
It is full of pictures and observations and we ensure that this is sent home regularly so that parents can see the progress their child is making and allow an opportunity for crucial two-way communication.
SAFEGUARDING IN CHILDCARE
The team at Blossoms Nursery’s first responsibility and priority is to the children in our care. If the team have any cause for concern we will report this to the relevant body.
When parents tour Blossoms, you will be required to bring a form of Photo Identification with you on the day.
This is to comply with our safeguarding policy. we also have a monitor entry system which allows staff to recognise and see who is at the door before entering the building.
We follow the appropriate local procedure.
Blossoms Nursery is fully compliant with all current safety requirements, staff hold first aid, safe guarding , prevent of duty and food hygiene.
Staff working in the nursery recognise that all children have a right to access a broad and balanced curriculum, allowing them to progress and learn at a pace and level reflective of their individual abilities.
Children who face barriers to their learning may require additional educational intervention to support their learning. Special educational needs are supported at Blossoms Nursery through an external partnerships.
Staff will keep all information private and confidential and will not discuss children’s development to other parents, children or anyone who does not have direct care with the child.
We ask that all children and all staff wear the Blossoms uniform. This is primarily for safety but also helps to foster the feeling that we are all equal.
We cover the following areas: Harlow, Epping, Ongar, Northweald and Thornwood.
Interested in our services? For Blossoms Nursery (Epping Harlow) call 01279 429937 or 07902 458685. For Blossoms Academy (London) call 0208 555 3833. If you would prefer you can also send us an email at email@example.com. Alternatively you can click here and enter required details into our contact form.
Blossoms Nursery Harlow
Full Time - Qualified Early Years Educator
We are looking for nursery staff and have several vacancies available.
Level 3: We are looking for a level 3 practitioner with plenty of enthusiasm and a passion for working with children. The successful candidate must have excellent knowledge of the EYFS and be willing to work as part of a team. You may also be asked to liaise with outside agencies from time to time and must also attend regular staff meeting's. If you feel that you would like to join our family feel team, please email or send your CV.
Interested in applying for a position? For Blossoms Nursery (Epping Harlow) call 01279 429937 or 07902 458685. For Blossoms Academy (London) call 0208 555 3833. If you would prefer you can also send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can click here and enter required details into our contact form.