1. Child Protection

Children’s rights and entitlements

Safeguarding Children and Child Protection

Looked after Children

Uncollected Children

Missing Children

Use of Mobile Phones and Cameras


2. Suitable People


Student Placements

3. Staff Qualifications, Training, Support and Skills

Induction of staff, volunteers and managers

First aid

4. Key Person

The role of the keyperson

5. Staff:Child Ratio


6. Health

Administering medicines

Recording and reporting accidents and incidents

Managing Children who are sick, infectious, or with allergies

Nappy Changing

Food and Drink

Sun Protection

7. Managing Behaviour

Promoting positive behaviour

8. Safety and Suitability of Premises, Environment and Equipment

Health and Safety

Maintaining children’s safety and security on premises

Supervision of children on outings and visits

Risk Assessment

Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation

Animals in Setting

No Smoking

Equipment and Resources

Extreme weather

9. Equal Opportunities

Valuing Diversity and Promoting Equality

Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs

10. Information and Records


Parental Involvement

Children’s Records

Provider’s Records

Parents as Partners

• Transfer of Records to Schools

Confidentiality and Client Access to Records

Information Sharing

Working in Partnership with Other Agencies

Making a Complaint

Funding and Fees