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  •   When entering Starlings pre-school all visitors mobile phones must be switched off  while on the premises

  •   Visitors must read/understand and sign in the visitors book for safeguarding purposes.  There are additional translated versions in the front of the book

  •   No visitor to enter the toilet area without a member of staff present

  •   We must adhere to the Starlings settling-in policy

  •   Parents/visitors must not open the door to leave the premises without a member of staff opening the door for them

  •   Any child who has an infectious disease, e.g. chicken pox cannot be admitted to pre-school.

  •   A child may not attend pre-school until 48 hours after the last bout of sickness, upset stomach, bump to the head, raised temperature or first 48 hours of 

      administering any antibiotics. 

  •   If a child is obviously unwell she/he will  not be admitted for that session, or until better.   If a child becomes ill during a session you will be informed

  •   You are required to inform Starlings of any absences

  •   We do not allow children to share or swap food or snacks

  •   Due to allergies please do not give your child any peanut or nut products in their lunch boxes

  •   Your child must register with their key person on arrival/departure, please inform them if someone different will be collecting your child at the end of the

       session, this person must be 18 years or above

  •   No jewellery should be worn at pre-school - hooped earrings etc.

  •   Medical book – if your child has any medical requirements i.e. inhaler, antibiotics etc. please inform your key person who will record this.


We have record keeping systems in place that meet legal requirements; this means that we use to store and share that information take place within the framework of the General Data Protection Regulations (2018) and the Human Rights Act (1998).

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