Settling in policy
Wyncliffe Childcare contract
Special Needs policy
Partnership with Parents
Intimate Care policy
Nappy changing policy
Health and hygiene policy and procedure
Infection prevention control policy
Health and Safety
Sun protection policy
Administering medicines policy
Food and drink policy
Supervision and appraisal policy
Student and volunteer policy
Statement of particulars
Equal opportunity policy
Lost/missing/not collected procedure
Covid 19 policy
Prevent duty policy
Lockdown policy- inc drone policy
Transition to school procedure
The Early Years Foundation phase
The Foundation Phase is currently the statutory curriculum for all 3 to 7 year olds in Wales, having been introduced in September 2010.
It consists of a statutory framework for the Early Years which sets the standards for learning development and care for children from birth to five years.
The New curriculum for Wales has been developed to reflect the strengths that the Foundation Phase has brought to education in Wales.
The Foundation Phase ethos, principles and pedagogy will continue to be central to the delivery of early year’s education and have been incorporated across Curriculum for Wales 2022 to ensure it is appropriate and accessible for all practitioners and learners.” A guide to Curriculum for Wales 2022, April 2019
The final version of the new Curriculum for Wales was published on 28 January 2020.
The practice guidance documents support staff in assessing a child’s progress and helps them to provide the best learning experiences for all babies and children.
Every child has the right and is given the opportunity to learn through high quality play experiences and that they will be supported through this journey by their relationship with their key person.
We have a key worker system that enables children to feel safe and secure and for their development to be supported.
We ensure that we work in partnership with parents and believe that parents are the primary educators of their children
and we welcome parental contributions to the learning that takes place at Wyncliffe Childcare.
Most working parents of 3 or 4 year old children could be getting government help with childcare costs.
Under the Childcare Offer for Wales, you could claim 30 hours of early education and childcare in Wales a week, for up to 48 weeks of the year. It aims to make life a bit easier for parents by offering help with childcare costs.
The Offer has already helped parents from all over Wales to return to work, increase their hours or work more flexibly. Others are taking training opportunities to develop their skills, change their job or even start their own business.
The aim is to give working parents a bit of extra money every month, to spend on the things that are important to their family.
Whatever the Offer means for you and your family, don’t miss out on your share of government help with childcare.
Applications for the Childcare Offer For Wales are open right now across Wales.
For more information please speak to Teresa James (Owner)
We are part of the Health and Sustainability Preschool Scheme.
The aim is to promote the development of the positive self-esteem of all members of our setting. It is implemented across 8 phases which include:
Mental and Emotional Health, Well-being and Relationships aspect
Workplace Health and Well-being aspect