“Challenge and achievement.”
On this page you will find links to our school policies and procedures .
All policies and procedures fulfil the requirements of the Statutory Framework for the Early years Foundation stage which sets the standards for learning, development and care from birth to five.
A full copy of all school policies and procedures may be viewed in the school reception area.
Admissions Policy and Procedures.
This policy lays out the criteria for admission to our school. We can admit up to 100 children into our nursery spread between morning, afternoon or full day sessions. Come along for a visit, meet the team and register your child for their place at Boldon Nursery school.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Some children have needs or disabilities that affect their ability to learn. A staff member (teacher) will have the responsibility of coordinating provision and services for children with additional needs. This person is known as the SENCo and at Boldon our SENCo has achieved the national award for special educational needs coordination with Edge Hill University.
Special Educational Needs Local Offer
At Boldon Nursery School – Outdoor Nursery we are comminted to the equal inclusion of all pupils in all areas of nursery life. Below is a summary of our special educational needs offer.
Boldon Outdoor Nursery School adopts South Tyneside’s policies and procedures for complaints
Our behaviour policy will explain the key values that inform our overall approach to children’s behaviour. The policy identifies expectations for everyone’s behaviour in the nursery school , children and adults. It describes the strategies we use to guide children’s behaviour. We work closely with parents to offer support and to develop a consistent approach for the child.
Our charging policy contains advice every child is entitled to up to 15 hours of free early education. The charging policy explains any additional charges . We have a school fund of £1 per week and rely on voluntary contributions for visits/trips.
Child Protection/Safeguarding Policy
Our child protection/ safeguarding policy describes how we work to keep your child safe. We follow procedures set by the local safeguarding and children’s board (LSCB). The head teacher is the designated child protection officer.